Chinese shopkeeper throws customers out for not paying ‘testing fee’

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    A shopkeeper from China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region was filmed humiliating a couple and asking them to leave after they refused to pay a 500 yuan (US$75) fee to test a limited edition speaker which costs 2,000 yuan (US$300). Support us:

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