Goldfish swim in a tank as part of art exhibition 'Art Aquarium' during a press preview in Tokyo on July 12, 2012. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO
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He decided to offer guests the chance to keep one of the establishment's goldfish – currently a trio named Nemo, Heineken and Prince Charles – in their room.Since then, several guests have taken him up on the offer to rent a fish for 3.5 euros ($4) a night (fishbowl included), with satisfied customers carping on about the deal on Facebook and Twitter. "A 3-year-old Dutch girl kidnapped one of our fish," Dillen said. Upon finding it, her father contacted the hotel and Dillen offered them the fish.
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