Two cost more than one

A man in Knivsta north of Stockholm, who bought two pastries in a local grocery store has now reported the store to the Swedish Consumers Agency, Swedish Radio P4 reports. The man understood the pastry to cost 7,90 kronor or 1 dollar 20 cent for the pair. But it turned out that was the price per pastry. Now the man feel he has been mislead, as the pastry only could be bought two-by-two.

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