The parents of the two boys killed in the Fox glacier in New Zealand have been asked by the rental car company, the boys used, to pay for a bill when the car was towed away from the scene.
The Toyota Torago that the boys rented was parked nearby and the keys for the car were with the son who has not been found yet. The company wants the parents to pay for the replacement set of keys as well.
The company owner Edwin Chan say that 'emotional blackmail' should not be the reason the bill is not paid. The total cost is about $1600 and charge for the extra days has been waived.