Just a few days back Bollywood actor Rahul Bose brought to everyone’s notice that he was charged Mumbai’s ₹ 442 for two bananas by the JW Marriott, Chandigarh. And now Mumbai’s Four Seasons hotel has charged ₹ 1700 for two boiled eggs.
Well, this is not the question here. The question is the amount charged for just two boiled eggs.
A Twitter user posted a bill with the caption: If you take a close look at the bill, you will notice that even an omelette was charged for ₹ 850.
The twitter user also tagged Rahul Bose with the caption saying, “Bhai Aandolan Karein (Shall we protest)?”
Some of the comments under the bill reads-
Not to forget, after Rahul’s complaint, the hotel JW was charged with a fine of ₹ 25000.
The hotel is yet to issue a statement on this.
With food being the everyday necessity, how fair is it for big hotels to charge this humongous amount for a mere commodity? No doubt the luxury and the ambiance served by them would not be applicable to that of a roadside place, but charging such a huge amount is clearly not done.