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Massive bill! How drunk were these people?

2014-04-19 22:53
A 6 liter bottle Belvedere Vodka held by stand-up comedienne Chelsea Handler. (Source:
Cape Town - Some people like to eat out every now and then, perhaps even spoil their loved ones with some real champagne, but this... this bill will blow your mind!

Spotted on Khaya Dlanga's Twitter account, this bill smells of way too much extravagance and will likely give many people a light heart attack, shatter your dreams or give you slight depression.

It's not yet been confirmed at which restaurant or bar this was at, nor has it been confirmed if it's connected to a South African politician.

It is however common sense that this is a ridiculous amount of money paid for entertaining, regardless of how many people, for a night.

A 750ml bottle of Belvedere Vodka is trading at R349,95 in Macro Liquor stores.

The bill was printed at 04:03 on the morning of 18 April 2014.

And another thing: Did the waiter at least get a 10% tip?

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