Open Post: Hosted By The Man Who Allegedly Got Kicked Out Of A Buffet For Eating Too Much

November 20, 2021 / Posted by:

In arguably one of the most relatable stories ever reported, a man was recently BANNED from an all-you-can-eat buffet for eating too much of their food! Who among us hasn’t taken advantage of the bounties that buffets provide? This is could potentially go down as history’s greatest injustice! Mr. Kang, a Chinese food live-streamer, accused a local grill buffet of blacklisting him for eating what some may consider more than his fair share. Unfortunately for the buffet, Mr. Kang’s talking mouth is just as big as his eating mouth and he made this “discriminatory” incident a viral sensation.

According to the BBC:

The man, known only as Mr Kang, told Hunan TV that he was banned from the Handadi Seafood BBQ Buffet in Changsha city after a series of binges.

He ate 1.5kg of pork trotters during his first visit and 3.5kg to 4kg of prawns on another visit, he said.

Mr Kang said the restaurant is “discriminatory” against people who can eat a lot.

“I can eat a lot – is that a fault?” he said, adding that he didn’t waste any of the food.

Justice for Mr. Kang! He has done no wrong! Hold on…1.5 kg (3 lbs) of pork trotters? Well, I can’t account for taste buds, but different strokes, I suppose! Unsurprisingly, the restaurant owner isn’t too fond of Mr. Kang and his gaping maw.

“Every time he comes here, I lose a few hundred yuan,” he said.

“Even when he drinks soy milk, he can drink 20 or 30 bottles. When he eats the pork trotters, he consumes the whole tray of them. And for prawns, usually people use tongs to pick them up, he uses a tray to take them all.”

He added that he is banning all live-streamers from the restaurant.

Some have said that the restaurant should not be an all-you-can-eat restaurant if they can’t afford it, while others felt sorry for the restaurant owner.

I admit I’ve thought of taking the whole Shoney’s biscuit tray to my table but to actually go through with it? Mr. Kang is truly committed to his vocation. While the public may have a point about FALSE ADVERTISING, it looks like the Chinese government is more aligned with the buffet’s side of the argument.

Last year the Chinese government started cracking down on eating influencers, and such videos may be banned altogether in the country.

It came after President Xi Jinping called on people to “fight against food waste” amid rising concerns over food shortages.

Banning influencers? Perish the thought! Millions would be out of a job!!!! Although…could you imagine a world without the Kardashians? I know I know it’s beautiful, but we can only dream!

Pic: Weibo via Mashable

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