£33,000 water bill after massive leak

£33,000 water bill after massive leak

A 29-year-old scaffolding firm owner from Peacehaven in East Sussex, has been handed a gargantuan £33,000 water bill. Apparently 21.5 million litres of water leaked from the pipes around his rented property – enough to fill six swimming pools – and the water company decided to bill him for every litre. Read More at AOL...

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