Crisp-lovers horrified after finding packet of Cheetos cost whopping £6.99 at London Tube shop

CRISP lovers have been left appalled after a shop was found flogging a bag of spicy snacks for SEVEN POUNDS.

The bag of Cheetos will set snackers back a whopping £6.99.

The American crisps are on sale at a shop in the Leicester Square tube station, London.

Snaps from inside the store show four large 225 gram bags of Cheetos.

Stuck on to the front of the packets is a yellow sticker, showing the snacks are priced at a whopping £6.99.

Social media users fumed about how the exact same treat was found for sale online for just £4 – including import charge.

Other angry users even claimed to have found the crisps on sale for just £1.40 in local stores.

Alexander Jamal shared the shocking prices to Facebook yesterday, writing: “£7 quid crisps. What's it all about? Leicester Square tube.”

The Facebook post has received 150 likesand more than 100 comments from social media users appalled at the price of the snack.

Cary Choate commented: “As an American, I can say they are not worth that.”

Jo Parker said: “Mad isn't it. My son noticed that our off licence in Essex sells the exact same thing for £2.”

Michelle Karabut replied: “They're £1.40 where I live.

“Who wants them for a fiver including postage?”

Daniel Brown added: “We went to a newsagent by Canon Street the other day that wanted £20 for twenty Marlboro. We laughed and walked out.”

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