A Venezuelan airport is charging for air. Yes, air.
People walk with their luggage at the Maiquetia international airport that serves Caracas on July 3, 2014. LEO RAMIREZ/AFP/Getty Images
Those various and sundry airport taxes may have finally jumped the shark.
Outbound passengers at the international airport in Caracas, Venezuela will now have to pay 127 Bolívar - about $20 at the official rate of exchange - to breathe.
The government apparently needs it cover the cost of a newly-installed system that uses ozone to purify the air conditioning system.
No word on what happens if you don't pay.