Ice Tea RM5? The ‘heavenly price’ charge shop in Port Dickson is compounded

Ice Tea RM5? The ‘heavenly price’ charge shop in Port Dickson is compounded

PORT DICKSON: Not one customer, but three customers claimed to be victims of the ‘blood-sucking’ prices of an eatery in a food court here that went viral recently.

The premise of the food went viral on social media following the RM5 charge for a glass of iced tea including the price of other food which is considered expensive.

Through the sharing of the Facebook account owner who uses the name Nik Aisyah, she said that she did not expect to be a victim of a viral paradise restaurant.

She also advised people to be careful not to accept the same fate.

“We also eat near the shop that doesn’t have a ‘ banner ‘ because I don’t remember the shop’s number, apparently they pulled out the banner above the shop… to avoid being hit too.

“Many people were affected at mealtime, fortunately the Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs (KPDNHEP) was there,” she wrote.

Also uploaded are the food receipts received from the shop in question which include RM10 for two glasses of iced tea and RM6 for a glass of milo ice.

Meanwhile, KPDNHEP Port Dickson said that the owner of the premises involved had already been subject to compound action under the Price Control and Anti-Profiteering Act 2011 on Thursday.

“Acting on three complaints received from the public, the KPDNHEP Port Dickson enforcement team conducted Ops Samar.

“The result of the inspection found that no price tag was placed on the premises and compound action was immediately imposed,” he said.

According to him, his party will carry out monitoring from time to time to ensure that traders comply with the set rules.

source – Sinar Harian

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