There are a lot of people out there who take their all-you-can-eat deals very seriously, but maybe not as seriously as the Wisconsin man that police arrested last week for all-you-can-eat-induced disorderly conduct. Per a local news report, Bill Wisth was just eating 12 pieces of fish on the all-you-can-eat fish fry at Chuck's Place when the restaurant cut him off. When he protested and refused to pay, they offered him another eight pieces of fish. But that's still not technically "all-you-can-eat" so, duh, he called the police and then picketed against "poor business practices" just outside of the restaurant.
The restaurant claims that Wisth has been a problematic customer before and they were running out of both fish and patience. Meanwhile, Wisth told reporters, "It's false advertising." He plans to picket every Sunday. Here's the full report.
Video: Man Protests Restaurant's All-You-Can-Eat Policy
· Local Man Protests Restaurant's All-You-Can-Eat Policy [TMJ4]
· Diner Arrested After Protesting End of All-You-Can-Eat Fish Fry [Mequon Now]