Banana price issue causes expensive Apple Pay mistake in UK

A woman was allegedly overcharged when she used Apple Pay to pay for shopping at a UK supermarket, with the store charging her account £1,602 ($2,221) over mispriced bananas.

Cymbre Barnes of London used Apple Pay to pay for her shopping at a small Marks & Spencer branch. The value of the shopping was supposed to be £4, but an issue caused her to be charged a considerably higher amount.The items being purchased included a bunch of bananas that were usually priced at £1 ($1.39) but the point of sale terminal instead priced it at £1,599 ($2,217). The discrepancy wasn’t noticed until after the Apple Pay transaction took place, according to The Telegraph.

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