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Noodle Outrage: Johor Bahru Campsite Restaurant Under Fire For RM25 Maggi

Noodle Outrage: Johor Bahru Campsite Restaurant Under Fire For RM25 Maggi

Many netizens have expressed their disbelief at the high price.

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A campsite-themed restaurant in Johor Bahru has come under fire for charging exorbitant prices for a bowl of instant noodles.

The restaurant in the Taman Mount Austin area has been accused of exploiting customers by charging RM25 for a bowl of Maggi noodles.

The incident came to light after a customer posted about it on social media, showing the noodles and their price.

The post quickly went viral, with many netizens expressing outrage over the high price.

The restaurant owner defended the pricing, stating that the noodles were not ordinary instant noodles but were specially imported from Japan and were of high quality.

However, many customers were not convinced by this explanation and accused the restaurant of taking advantage of its customers.

This is not the first time a restaurant in Johor Bahru has been accused of overcharging customers.

In recent years, there have been several cases of restaurants charging exorbitant prices for food and drinks.

This has led to calls for stricter regulations to protect consumers from unscrupulous business practices.

In response to the incident, the local authorities have investigated the matter.

They have urged consumers to be vigilant and to report any cases of overcharging or other unfair business practices.

The incident highlights the need for greater consumer protection and stricter regulations to prevent businesses from exploiting their customers.

It also serves as a reminder for consumers to be aware of their rights and to speak out against unfair business practices.

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