Man banned from all-you-can-eat BBQ after eating too much in a massive binge

Man banned from all-you-can-eat BBQ after eating too much in a massive binge

A man was blacklisted from all future all-you-can-eat events after the owner said he was losing copious amounts of money on the diner, saying they’d eat whole trays of prawns and masses of pork

A man has been banned from an all-you-can-eat BBQ after eating too much – including a whopping 1.5kg of pork.

The man, known only as Mr Kang, said it was ‘discriminatory for the restaurant to evict him, adding that it wasn’t his fault that he ‘can eat a lot’.

The restaurant owner said they lost money whenever Mr Kang visited, as he would eat 1.5kg of pork trotters and up to 4kg of prawns, helping himself to entire trays of food rather than just a regular serving.

Mr Kang, a live-streamer, has now been banned from the Handadi Seafood BBQ Buffet in Changsha, China, and blacklisted from future events.

“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.”

But Mr Kang is unrepentant, saying that he never wasted any of the food – adding: “I can eat a lot – is that a fault?”

The story has been trending on social media in China and some have criticised the restaurant owner, saying they shouldn’t run an all-you-can-eat event if they can’t afford it.

Meanwhile, Marks & Spencer has been ribbed by shoppers for selling cheesy beans on toast as a Christmas canape.

The supermarket is known for its party food, like Colin the Caterpillar, Percy Pigs and its light-up snow globe gin, but one offering has raised some eyebrows.

Called ‘Posh cheesy beans on toast’, the snack features brioche bread with haricot beans in a tomato sauce – also known as baked beans – with creamy Barber’s mature cheese melt and finished with Barber’s mature cheddar cheese.

And despite essentially being mini portions of beans on toast, the snacks are on sale for a whopping £5.

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