Japan's crippled Fukushima plant stops selling souvenirs
The company started selling the files -- three for 300 yen (USD 2.70) -- from August 1 after receiving a number of requests from workers and visitors wanting a souvenir of their visit.
Previously, visitors would take receipts from the store as a souvenir to show family and friends.
"I don't understand these guys. This is beyond stupidity," said one Twitter user.
"Both sellers and buyers are rotten," said another.
A TEPCO spokesman said: "It is true that we received criticism, but that's not why we suspended the sales."
The accident forced local residents to evacuate their ancestral properties, many of them never to return.
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