Man kicked out of all-you-can-eat buffet after eating more than 50 lbs of food, sues for $2-million


Springfield| A man from Massachusetts is suing Golden Corral Corporation for 2 million dollars, for false advertising, after being literally thrown out of one of the chain’s restaurants by the employees, last Thursday.

According to witnesses, the 51 year old man who lives on welfare, was expelled from the restaurant after he then spent more than 7 hours on-site, ingesting a quantity of food which has been estimated between 50 and 70 pounds.

Despite the fact that the restaurant advertised the buffet as “all-you-can-eat”, the manager of the establishment seems to have  lost patience at some point, telling him that his meal would be free but asking him to leave. The manager’s intervention angered Mr Fleming, and  a brief altercation took place before he was finally pushed out of the restaurant.

He immediately called the police and filed a complaint against the restaurant, and he intends to make the people responsible for his mistreatment, pay for their actions.

“It’s a serious injustice, and I am deeply insulted!” Mr. Flemmings told reporters. “With my income, I rarely go to the restaurant, so I try to get as much as I can for my money when I do. This was the worst experience I have ever had in a restaurant. Not only did they kick me out while I was still hungry, but they looked at me like I was disgusting, like I was not worthy of eating there! It’s unacceptable, and I demand a compensation!”


Mr Flemming says the employee of the Golden Corral did not use any insulting language, but he claims that the disgust that was visible on their faces has left him with some deep emotional wounds.

The direction of the restaurant chain quickly issued a press release announcing that the decision to expel Mr. Flemmings was a regrettable personal initiative from an overzealous franchise manager. They also said that some financial indemnities had been offered to compensate the damage suffered by the victim, but had been refused.

Mr Flemmings confirmed that he had been offered a significant amount of money by the company, but he is convinced that he can get more if he goes to court.

The primary hearing in this case should take place on March 7, at the Springfield District Court.


10 Comments on "Man kicked out of all-you-can-eat buffet after eating more than 50 lbs of food, sues for $2-million"

  1. Frank Loesch | June 22, 2017 at 6:01 pm | Reply

    no matTer why we claim we gain weight, thE fscts Are simple it is calories INPUT VS CALORIES OUTPUT. IF YOU EAT MORE CALORIES AND BURN LES CALORIES YOU WILL GET FAT. HAS NOTHING TO WITH ILNESSES. CERTAIN illnesswill cause you to have eatting disorders but on the end you will remain overweight if you live an over eaters lifestyle

  2. Jacqueline huckle | June 14, 2017 at 4:09 pm | Reply

    What a ??? ???? Talk about take the effing piss ???

  3. Zahkey Booker | June 11, 2017 at 12:13 am | Reply

    Bruhhhhhh​ come on now 50 to 70lb bro chill but he’s right i guess they can’t just kick him out. But got damn my nigga finna run them out of business lmao.he ain’t gonna when that case though let’s be honest here they already offered u money . talking about they left me emotionally scared 2mil nah he might get a couple thousand but that’s it u just be geedy bro talking bout they kicked me out while i am still hungry 7 hours of eating lmao 😂💀 done.

  4. .The man deserves to win.All you can eat means All you can eat.People should not insult him in any way shape of form.Eating is his form of entertainment,and it the same for a lot of people.

  5. You all know that any business has a right to refuse service, and sometimes have a policy for how long you can sit and eat on their property.

  6. I can’t how we could still be hungry my whole family of six can go there and not eat as much as 50pounds and we leave full. This man needs to seek help I think eating will definitely cause his death at young age I pray he will seek some help both with his weight and his emotional problems. So that he might be able to lose weight get get a job have family like other do.

  7. If there’s ANY justice, he losses the lawsuit, ends up in jail somewhere in time and losses weight while in prison.

  8. How the hell is anyone still hungry after eating the equivalent of a small adults weight in food?! I know I’m classed as morbidly obese, but I’m full after a single serving of a meal…holy christ.

  9. justin towne | May 6, 2017 at 5:00 am | Reply

    Regardless of the “all you can eat buffet”, the establishment should have handled it in a more discrete manner, for perhaps if they did, they would not be getting sued. After all, his main complaint was that he was “deeply insulted.” Management should have spoken to him in a non-judgmental way, telling him they feel he overstepped the “limit of consumption” and allowed him to finish his meal, with the understanding that his next visit will be limited to a respectful 2 hour visit. (If there is no company policy in regard to a “time line/consumption” clause, there should be so they can prevent any future law suits.) Then, if the customer so chooses, he can have his cake and eat it too, but within a respectable time frame, so as to relinquish the table to other new incoming patrons. There are plenty of other “all you can eat buffets” that he could have patronized after he left this particular restaurant. Just my take on the situation. And btw, no need for viscous attacks on his “obeseity” or his “welfare status.” Until you’ve walked a mile in his shoes, you have no right to judge.

  10. Typical “WHITE PREVIAGE “.That’s how THEY DO.sad,very sad.

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