Wednesday, December 8, 2021

Hungry guy banned from all-you-can-eat Chinese restaurant for eating too much

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The man was banned from the restaurant in central China’s Changsha city after the owner accused him of overeating – he claims it was “discriminatory” against large eaters

One guy was banned from an all-you-can-eat restaurant in central China after the owner accused him of overeating.

The food live streamer, Mr. Kang, was banned from the Handadi Seafood BBQ Buffet in Changsha City after having had a couple of binge eating in the eatery.

During these visits he ate a whole tray – weighing 3 pounds 5ox – pork hooves and about 8 pounds of shrimp, believing he should.

On another visit, he drank 30 bottles of soy milk.

In response to the ban, Kang told Chinese media that the restaurant “discriminates” against people who can eat a lot.

He said, “I can eat a lot – is that a mistake?”

“I lose a few hundred yuan every time he comes here,” said the restaurant owner.

He added that Kang can drink between 20-30 bottles of soy milk and eat whole trays of food on each of his visits.

The story has gone viral on Chinese social media, with over 250 million views on the country’s main social network, Weibo, and viewers have voiced a range of conflicting opinions.

Some have sided with the restaurant owner, others believe that the restaurant shouldn’t be an all-you-can-eat restaurant if they can’t afford it.

It did so after the Chinese government urged the country’s citizens to start stocking up on food and essentials.

The news, announced by the Chinese Ministry of Commerce in early November, sparked panic buying among the general public.

According to CNN Business, the announcement instructs local authorities to ensure that citizens have “adequate supplies” of winter essentials and asks them to keep food costs stable.

In another case of a guy who loves his food, a man won the Khartoum Hotel 5kg Burger Challenge back in May this year.

The Australian does what 55 others who also tried the Challenge failed by finishing the huge meal.

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Food lover James had to devour the 5kg burger for $ 60 in less than 30 minutes to complete the challenge.

And not only did he manage that, he even managed, according to a post on the pub’s Facebook page, to even go with dessert and order a serving of cheesecake for the afternoon.

James destroyed the monster burger in just 25 minutes and 37 seconds – which made it a first, beat time and earned a spot on the pub’s “Legends Board”.

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