After a customer complained about the pricing of a cup of decaffeinated espresso, a coffee shop in Florence, Italy, was fined €1,000. According to The Telegraph.
After being asked to pay two euros for coffee, the customer called the cops. The pricing had not been mentioned on the menu at the Artisan firm bar in the city center, according to the irate client. In Italy, this is prohibited. According to owner Francesco Sanapo, who shared the story on social media with a video, the pricing was visible on a digital menu.