A newly married couple from Chicago despatched a invoice of $240 (Rs Rs 39,829) to the visitors who didn’t attend their reception dinner.
The bill was shared on social media by a consumer named Philip Lewis, a senior entrance web page editor on the Huffington Publish, on Wednesday.
The bill states that the marriage reception passed off on the Royalton Negril, a resort in Negril, Jamaica.
The rationale for sending the invoice was listed as: “No name, no present visitor.” The invoice additionally talked about the “Unit Value” of $120 per wedding ceremony visitor and, since there have been two visitors who didn’t present up, the full price was $240 (Rs 39,829).
The receipt additional acknowledged, “This bill is being despatched to you since you confirmed seat(s) on the wedding ceremony reception throughout the Last Headcount. The quantity above is the price of your particular person seats. Since you didn’t name or give us correct discover that you simply wouldn’t be in attendance, this quantity is what you owe us for paying your seat(s) upfront. You may pay by way of Zelle or PayPal. Please attain out to us and tell us which technique of cost works for you. Thanks!”