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586 gallons of fuel were bought at a Wisconsin gas station where the pump attendant accidentally set the price at ¢33. During the 105 minutes of the “BIG SALE”, 42 people stopped in to swipe their cards at the pay-at-the-pump system.

The fuel was supposed to cost $3.299, but without that final 9, the price became $0.329. The kind owner let the offending employee off the hook. Knowing that gas station owners frequently cut back on the cheques of employees who suffered leave-without-paying customers, this Minocqua owner must be commended.