Pubgoer ‘hit for six’ after being charged £ 18.27 for two pints – .

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Pubgoer ‘hit for six’ after being charged £ 18.27 for two pints – .


A PUBGOER has been ‘hit for six’ after being stung with a massive £ 18.27 for two pint bill.
Sean Murphy shelled out the cash for two glasses of Juice Forsyth IPA at Shilling Brewing Company in Glasgow this weekend.

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Sean Murphy admitted to being a little less wear-resistant when buying the pints
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Some couldn’t believe the cost, but others weren’t so surprised

Stunned by the outrageous price, he shared the receipt on Twitter – sparking a debate over the price of alcohol.

He wrote: ‘It hit me six again at the weekend, when did that become acceptable in Glasgow? Good pints bothers you. “

Understandably, this caused a division among followers – some horrified at the cost, but others blaming the customer’s choice to drink.

One person, who shared the pub’s drink list, wrote: “It’s not even the most expensive! I wish it was my tour there. “

Sean replied, “To be honest, we were about 6 pints deep before we even knew it,” adding a laughing face that cried.

Another wrote: “Sorry I would have gone out, no pint is worth that, outrageous rip off the public, places like this should be closed.” “

But not everyone was sympathetic, one user wrote: “Hops are really expensive and some of these craft beers consume huge amounts of it as well as expensive malt”.

One of them noticed that the pub had charged 87 pence, which Sean said was the service charge they added on each turn.

Previously, a pub had been caught selling pints for £ 13.40 – sparking outrage.

This left the drinkers stammering in disbelief. Some Twitter users have called it “ridiculously tagged” and “horribly expensive”.

One of them added: “It may be the most expensive I’ve seen. “

The Rake billed customers the sky-high price for its 8.2 percent Cloudwater North West Double IPA beer.

And earlier this month, a man claimed he ‘needed therapy’ after paying £ 54 for four servings of fish and chips at a London restaurant.

Les Jones, 83, of Yorkshire, was reeling from the cost of food in the capital.

Vicar Gareth Jones said his father wanted to offer his family some potato chip tea during a visit from the north.

But he was horrified when he picked up the bill in Ilford, east London.

Gareth tweeted, “Dad wanted to buy some fish and chips last night. We left him and he gave me his card to pay for the delivery.

“He is now trying to access therapy because he found out that 4 rounds of fish, chips and mashed peas cost him £ 54.

“Welcome to London, Yorkshireman. “

Stunned by the exorbitant price, he shared the receipt on Twitter, which sparked a debate over the price of alcohol.5
Stunned by the exorbitant price, he shared the receipt on Twitter, which sparked a debate over the price of alcohol.Credit: Alamy

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