Elizabeth Thomas invoiced a bus service for its lateness (Picture: SWNS)
The next time your bus arrives late you may want to make a note of it.
Elizabeth Thomas did just that and then sent an invoice to First Buses for £103.30, which they responded to by handing her several free day passes.
The 44-year-old complained the late running service in Bristol was preventing her from spending time with her two children because she was taking too long to commute to work.
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‘I’ve had to start leaving an hour earlier just to be sure I get to work on time, and by the time I get home I’m looking at a 12-hour day most days,’ said the single mother from Stoke Gifford.
‘That’s time I should be spending with my…
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