When you hear the phrase ‘all you can eat’, what comes to mind? Probably a place where you can go and eat as much as you want. Right? Not so in this case.

Bill Wisth is protesting a restaurant in Wisconsin called Chuck’s Place because he says that he was turned away from the restaurant after ordering the all-you-can-eat.

“It’s false advertising,” Wisth told TMJ4. “We asked for more fish, and they refused to give us more fish.”

He was then given 8 pieces of fish to-go, but that wasn’t quite enough to calm the the patron. Bill has been picketing the restaurant for the last two days. Click here to read more on this

Now, to bring this home. Have you ever been told by an all-you-can-eat place that they could not serve you anymore? This has nothing to do with a person’s size, just appetite.

I bring this up because a few years ago, Red Lobster was having all-you-can-eat snow crab legs. And I just happened to love crab legs. My friend and I went in and ate more crab that any human probably should, to the point that the manager came over and asked us to “Finish Up”.

We laughed our way out the door and headed to the house. Shortly after they stopped the all-you-can-eat crab legs promotion and I have not seen it since. I’m not saying it was because of us, but we didn’t help the cause.

But I never thought of it like this. Should they have been able to tell us to leave? You tell us. Take the poll below and let us know what you think.