Disgruntled Enrique concert goer sends Rs.22m letter of demand to Live Events

2015-12-30 04:28:40

A lawyer and his wife have sent a letter of demand to Live Events demanding Rs.22 million for “loss, damage and mental stress” experienced during the Enrique Iglesias concert held recently.

The Letter of Demand, which was released to the public, details harassment and mistreatment endured by the couple when they bought two Rs.35,000 tickets and had to stand outside for over two hours before being admitted to the ground. They complained the event was badly organised, sound quality terrible, and no explanation was given for the delay.

The strongest censure is reserved for the lapse of security that enabled people with cheaper tickets to storm into the VIP area and the similar disregard for exclusivity during the after party.

“My client had purchased VIP tickets with the reasonable expectation to be in the company of an exclusive limited crowd who would have purchased tickets paying the same sum of money.

However as conceded by you there had been a breach of security resulting in persons who had purchased tickets at lower values and even persons that had not purchased tickets having entered the VIP areas,” noted the Letter of Demand.

Legal action will be brought against the company if a response is not received within two weeks, the document went onto say. (Daily FT)

  Comments - 10

  • Coconut Republic Wednesday, 30 December 2015 10:39

    Oh...I guess they have landed from USA!

    Reply : 14       124

    Sandra Wednesday, 30 December 2015 12:34

    This is what happens when a third world country organises a show.

    Reply : 27       60

    anthony Wednesday, 30 December 2015 12:53

    Dear Lawyer you being a well educated person in life, would have read that these things happen all over the world, and Also being a Lawyer how much should the Public sue you for prolonging cases for months and years, and the mental stress they go through, to keep finding and borrowing money to pay your fee.Lets accept what happened and we Sri Lankans dhould not try to Tarnish Kumar and Sangas Name, they will compensate you all.

    Reply : 18       127

    619 Wednesday, 30 December 2015 12:59

    What a Joke

    Reply : 4       76

    hemantha Wednesday, 30 December 2015 13:08

    Fishing in trouble water

    Reply : 2       56

    Abu Mukarram Wednesday, 30 December 2015 13:18

    Asking for double or triple the value of their tickets is justifiable. But 22M? 628 times!!!!!!! Lol. Is the lawyer with good conscious?

    Reply : 1       78

    Premalal Wednesday, 30 December 2015 13:39

    What is the damage for causing a loss of life in Sri Lanka?

    Reply : 1       49

    Jaya Wednesday, 30 December 2015 16:13

    Lawyers !!! Doctors !!! Nalla poravawal Nada ban

    Reply : 1       24

    vini Wednesday, 30 December 2015 16:19

    A mere 22 million Rupees? Ask for 22 Billion US dollars.

    Reply : 2       31

    sukriya Thursday, 31 December 2015 12:00

    70000 you spent was earned by not honouring clients and cheating your clients have you ever felt guilty .

    Reply : 0       7

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