A child's birthday party turns into a potential courtroom battle in Britain.
FOX News Radio's Simon Owen reports from London.
Five-year-old Alex Nash from Plymouth, England was supposed to be going to his schoolmate's birthday party at a dry ski slope. But, his parents realized he was double-booked and was supposed to be with his grandparents on the same day.
So, he missed the party.
A few weeks later, five-year-old Alex returning from school with an invoice handed over by the mother of the birthday boy... demanding around 25 dollars for what the bill calls... a "no-show fee". Alex's parents say they're being threatened with court if they don't pay.
The mother who sent the invoice saying Alex's parents should have let her know beforehand.
In London, Simon Owen, FOX News Radio.