[WATCH] Close to R40 000 drinks bill settled!

This story has been updated.

What does it take to blow R37 340 in one night?

15 bottles of Veuve Clicquot Rich champagne, one Glenfiddich 18 year old single malt whisky, a bottle of Hennessy VS cognac, 10 six packs of Ice Tropez, a few mixers, ciders, bottles of water, and some meat.

A video has been circulating on social media showing a group of women at a table with a bill amounting to nearly R40 000.

The bill is dated 27 May 2018. The time, 04:35 in the morning.

The young night-goers are seen in the video asking each other how they will possibly settle the tab.

LISTEN HERE to ANC man denying he paid the exorbitant bill


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