A woman got a taxi to take her around seven countries in a tiring journey only for her to tell the driver a very outrageous thing.
The route took them through Luxembourg, Germany, Austria, Slovenia and Croatia before finally reaching Bosnia-Herzegovina
The woman took a taxi through seven countries from Belgium to Bosnia-Herzegovina - and then told the driver she could not pay the £3,600 fare on arrival, it has been reported.
The passenger - identified only as SP in local media - had hailed the taxi outside a railway station in the Belgian capital, Brussels.
After telling the driver she wanted to go to the northern Bosnia city of Doboj to visit her family, she agreed to pay him 260 euros (£198) up front.
The deal was that she would then pay him a further 4,477 euros (£3,415) when they reached the destination.
The route took them through Luxembourg, Germany, Austria, Slovenia and Croatia before finally reaching Bosnia-Herzegovina.
But after 17 hours and 1,026 miles on the road and after reaching the destination, the woman confessed that she had no more cash to hand over, local media reported.
After the woman failed to pay her fare, the taxi driver reported her to the police.
Officials are reportedly investigating the incident.