[lastfm]AC/DC [/lastfm]were stopped at the Hungarian border last week and were forced to pay a fine for allegedly neglecting to cover their highway toll.
According to a report given to AFP by the manager of the country’s national roads company, the band’s caravan overlooked tolls and were forced to pay 50 euros per vehicle. This equated to a total of 2,500 euros, or almost $3,000.
AC/DC’s camp claims they had not been given a receipt for the toll.
The rockers are pushing on with their European tour this week. They are set to appear in Berne, Switzerland, on Tuesday, before moving on to the U.K. on June 11, where they will appear at the Donington Festival.