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The Minnesota gas station owner sympathizes with customers by putting up a sign that reads, “We hate our gas prices too.”

ST. ANTHONY, Minnesota — The statewide average price of a gallon of gasoline has surpassed $5 for the first time ever, and drivers aren’t the only ones fed up with the price hikes.

The owner of a gas station in Minnesota seems just as frustrated, and he’s telling the world about it.

Chuck Graff put a message on his gas station’s outside signage that reads, “We hate our gas prices too.”

He said it’s his way of letting people know he feels their pain.

In case you’re wondering, the average price for regular gasoline in Minnesota on a Saturday morning is $4.75.

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