1,000 euros fine for Italian bar after customer complains about the price of a cup of coffee


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A coffee shop in the Italian city of Florence has been fined €1,000 after a customer complained about the price of a cup of decaffeinated espresso. That writes The Telegraph.

jvhBron: The Telegraph

Friday 20 May 2022 at 10:18 am–

The customer was asked to pay two euros for coffee and called the police. The bar Artisan firm, in the center of the city, according to the angry customer, the price had not been put on the menu. That is illegal in Italy. However, according to owner Francesco Sanapo, who spread the story via a video on social media, the price could be seen on a digital menu.

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