Amarnath Tewary on the BBC website:
“A Dutch couple visiting India’s Bihar state, were charged an astronomical 10,000 rupees ($204) for four samosas, the spicy potato-stuffed snack. They paid the sum to a hawker at the famous cattle fair in Sonepur after a ‘heated argument’.
“The price worked out at $51 per samosa. They normally cost about two rupees 50 paise, about five US cents. The tourists then sought help from police who forced the salesman to return 9,990 rupees ($203.87).”
Read the full story: Tourists in India in samosa shock
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