June 26, 2022

SOCIAL media customers have been still left appalled immediately after a London tube shop was located charging buyers seven kilos for a packet of crisps. 

The shop, positioned at the Leicester Square tube station, is selling the effectively-regarded American crisps Cheetos for a whopping £6.99. 

End users on line have been left fuming with the precise very same handle remaining identified on the internet for just £4 which include import charge.

£7 Cheetos on sale in London
A customer noticed the crisps on sale for sale for £7.

Some critics even claimed to have observed the crisps on sale for just £1.40 in their own regional outlets.

Just one impression demonstrates a few huge luggage of the 225 grams flaming incredibly hot Cheetos.

The wrappers are orange and have the common cheetah mascot on the front.

Trapped on to the front of the packet is a yellow sticker, labelling the confectionery at an eye-watering £6.99.

Alexander Jamal shared the shocking prices to Fb yesterday, crafting: “£7 quid crisps.

“What’s it all about?

“Leicester Square tube.”

The Fb publish has acquired around 150 likes with about 100 remarks from social media end users appalled to see the price of the snack. 

Cary Choate commented: “As an American, I can say they are not worthy of that.”

Jo Parker explained: “Mad is not it.

“My son discovered that our off licence in Essex sells the actual identical thing for £2.”

Leicester Square Station
The station that the crisps are staying bought at.

Michelle Karabut replied: “They’re £1.40 the place I stay. 

“Who would like them for a fiver which include postage?”

Daniel Brown added: “We went to a newsagent by Canon Street the other way that needed £20 for twenty Marlboro. We laughed and walked out.”

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Speaking currently 44-year-aged Alexander Jamal who took the impression stated: “I 1st saw them in Hackney and thought it need to be a miscalculation.

“After I understood it was not I concluded there need to be some type of crazy crisp fashion going on.

“I just can’t assume of a trend so mad, besides possibly the overpriced cereal cafe in Shoreditch [Cereal Killer Cafe].

“I assume the most I have paid is £2.50 as soon as for a big packet of truffle oil crisps from Tk Maxx.”

This is not the initially terribly priced product or service to have been spotted all over London a short while ago. 

The O2 Arena was snapped up, promoting 500ml bottles of water for £3.50 and bottles of 500ml Coca Cola for £4.40.