Romanian Customs Officers Fired Over AC/DC Incident
According to the Herald Sun, Romania has fired four civil servants after Australian rockers AC/DC became stuck on a "Highway to Hell" and were unduly asked to pay to leave the country.
A fifth employee of Romania's national roads company has been demoted over the incident, which happened after the band played a concert last month in front of 60-thousand fans in Bucharest.
The overzealous workers had stopped the band's convoy at the Hungarian border and demanded 2,500 euros in so-called fines for allegedly failing to pay highway tolls.
In a letter to the company AC/DC said it received no receipt for the fine.
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