"Yesterday I paid 100 rupees (S$2) to a police constable for passport verification."
"I paid a bribe to collect a death certificate; no freedom from corruption even in death."
Tales of petty corruption in India fill the ipaidabribe.com website.
It asks citizens to share their experiences with bribery in a bid to change the system through awareness and transparency.
According to Transparency International, 54 per cent of Indian citizens say they paid a bribe in 2010, the year the site started.
The website has attracted global attention.
A dozen countries are now using it, including Pakistan, Greece, Hungary and Kenya.
ABHILASH KRISHNA, SHRADHA IYER/SPARKNEWS