|Updated: 6/07/2013 9:15 am
||Published: 6/07/2013 12:25 am
Drivers get steal when Tulsa gas station marks wrong gas price
A Tulsa driver stopped by EZ Mart on 37th Street and Memorial Drive on Wednesday afternoon and filled up for cheap.
Craig Cooper drove into the EZ Mart and was expecting to pay the listed price for a gallon of unleaded gas, $3.54. As he was pumping he noticed other drivers seemed excited around him and were calling their friends to come and fill up their gas tanks.
"I started to pay attention to what they were saying and one said gas is a dollar less, at $2.54," said Cooper.
He then looked at the digital reading and it was only $2.54. He filled up his empty tank all the way.
"I felt guilty about it because I know the owner is losing money but when the economy is like this you have to take advantage of something like this," said Cooper.
He hung out in the area to see how many people would come by to fill up.
"One guy filled up this huge truck," said Cooper.
Around 6 p.m., Cooper said someone inside the EZ Mart caught on and the price was adjusted to its listed price.