Nigerian man shares receipt of how much he was charged for ‘VIP Seating’ at Abuja airport

Nigerian man shares receipt of how much he was charged for ‘VIP Seating’ at Abuja airport

A Twitter user identified as Anukam Victor took to the platform to share an experience he had at a lounge he visited at Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport, Abuja.

He Revealed that he had never been charged for sitting on a chair all his life, he also expressed surprise of the “VIP Seating” being more expensive than the food he ate at the lounge.

Sharing the receipt, he tweeted;

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Just for sitting on their chair is more expensive than the food I have never paid for just sitting on a chair in my life. Even if you put a gun on my head I will never come close to this side of this airport again.

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    His case is that of Volenti non fit injuria.

    ( Latin : “to a willing person, injury is not done”) if someone willingly places himselve in a position where harm might result, knowing that some degree of harm might result, he is not able to bring a claim against the other party.

    Volenti applies only to the risk which a reasonable person would consider him as having assumed by his actions; thus a boxer consents to being hit. Similarly, to sit on a VIP seat at a VIP lounge, one must pay. Lol.