According to Big Pond News, AC/DC's tour caravan was stopped in remote Romania at the border with Hungary by employees of the national roads company who asked them to pay 50 euros for each vehicle, or a total of 2,500 euros (approximately $3,052) before they were allowed to leave the country, the company's manager Doina Tiron told AFP on Tuesday.The overzealous staff argued the drivers had not paid the highway toll, she added. "But in a letter sent to the company, the group said they had not been given any receipt" for this fine, Tiron stressed. The company has opened an investigation into the allegations.
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