An official at the KLM bus company has issued a ticket to any customer who has paid for a kampan ride on a bus operated by the company.
The ticket reads:”You may buy tickets for your journey for €5 and take them for €10.
The ticket can be returned at the ticket counter, which is located on the left side of the bus.”
The fare is €6 for the first two kilometres, €7 for the third, and €9 for the fourth.
A ticket is valid for one hour from the start of the journey until the end.KLM did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The company has also published a statement saying that the ticket was issued by a company official.
“The KLM Ticket Office has been notified of this ticket and the passenger was informed to immediately notify KLM if he/she wishes to be reimbursed for the fare,” the statement said.
KLM has been criticised for its lack of transparency on the kampans price and for having a monopoly over the kamps ticketing service.
Since 2011, KLM has sold more than 7,000 kampas for €60,000 ($73,000).