Rahul Bose Charged Rs 442.50 For Two Bananas At A Luxury Resort; Internet Has A Hilarious Take On It

A 5-star hotel in Chandigarh charged Rahul Bose Rs 442.50 for two bananas. Soon after the actor shared this with his fans, Internet erupted with hilarious replies

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Rahul Bose Charged Rs 442.50 For Two Bananas At A Luxury Resort; Internet Has A Hilarious Take On It

Rahul Bose, who is in Chandigarh currently, shared an incident with his fans, where he seemed to be in a state of shock when he was charged an unreasonable price for two Bananas in a high-end luxury hotel. The actor revealed that a 5-star hotel charged him an exorbitant Rs 442.50 for two bananas. Yes, you heard that right! In the video, Rahul explained that he ordered two bananas while he was in the gym of the hotel.

Sharing the video, Rahul Bose said, “You have to see this to believe it. Who said fruit wasn’t harmful to your existence? Ask the wonderful folks at @JWMarriottChd #goingbananas #howtogetfitandgobroke #potassiumforkings”

Soon after his tweet, Twitterati went crazy with the amount he was charged for two bananas. A user wrote, “Basically they dont have a system to enter 2 bananas in their billing software.. so they charged you for an entire fruit platter.. Tho so many hotels have fruit basket in the room.”

While another explained why it costs so much. The tweet read, “It sounds bad but once u understand how hotels operate you will empathise. Since u got it through room service it had to be billed. Also the code would only be for a fruit platter n so the order taker had no choice but to bill such.”

A guys had a suggestion for him, “You could have walked down to the street and just at 50 meters you would have found a bag of 100 bananas for same price. 2 for you and 98 to @JWMarriottChd in trading. It just reminds of Govinda's film #DulheRaja how 5 star hotel customers walk down to Govinda's Dhaba for food.”

Not only this, another comment read that he made a mistake and should have asked in Hindi. “You made a mistake dude... Should have asked it in hindi.. Kela milega Kela.. They might have charged you less,” the comment read.

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