LONDON — Former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill still figures on the list of defaulters of the exclusive Bangalore Club in south India as he owes the club 13 rupees in unpaid bills.
An entry, dating back to June 1899, in the club's ledger book listed "Lt WLS Churchill" as one of 17 defaulters, reported the BBC.
Churchill arrived in Bangalore in 1896 as a young army officer and left three years later to fight in the North-West Frontier, now known as Pakistan.
The exclusive club was founded by a group of British officers in 1868.
Currently, it is one of India's most elite clubs, retaining much of its late 19th and early 20th century splendour.