Singapore Airlines charges man $1.200 bill for ‘viewing emails’

Singapore Airlines charges man $1.200 bill  for ‘viewing emails’

A man has been charged an incredible $1,200 for using the wi-fi on a flight from London to Singapore. Jeremy Gutsche, a Canadian entrepreneur, claimed he mostly used the internet for work emails between naps and watched no videos.

He was hit with the Singapore Airlines bill after getting off the plane on Wednesday, discovering he had racked up $1,142 in charges for going over his purchased 30MB package. Mr Gutsche is CEO of the Trend Hunter website, where he wrote about the shock bill.

Claiming he viewed only 155 pages, he added: “I wish I could blame an addiction to Netflix or some intellectual documentary that made me $1,200 smarter. However, the Singapore Airlines internet was painfully slow, so videos would be impossible and that means I didn’t get any smarter.”

Related Post

Identical triplets marry on the same day at the same time (PICTURES)
views 224
Guests at a wedding service saw triple when three identical sisters tied the knot together at the same ceremony. Triplets Rafaela, Rochele and Tagiane...
Dad accused of killing stepdaughter to film himself ‘having sex with ...
views 68
USA: A father is accused of murdering his stepdaughter then filming himself having sex with her corpse. Prosecutors said the video confirmed that Greg...
VIDEO: Woman miniskirt pulled down and stolen by a pervert in China
views 67
A woman walking along a crowded street in China was maliciously attacked by a man who pushed her down and pulled off her skirt. He then quickly ran aw...
WATCH: Fire breaks out near passenger jet at Hong Kong airport
views 11
A fire broke out on the tarmac of Hong Kong's international airport Monday, with black smoke seen billowing near the belly of an American Airlines pla...
SHOCKING: 14-year-old boy kept caged at home by parents all his life
views 41
A 14-year-old boy who had been kept at home, reportedly since birth, by his parents in Israel has been freed and taken into care, police say. Army rad...