Man Banned From Sushi Buffet For "Eating For 5 People"

All-you-can-eat sushi is a wonderful thing.  And it's also good for restaurants, because it's rare that someone can really eat enough that they lose money.  Rare . . . but NOT impossible . . .

There's a 30-year-old guy named Jaroslav Bobrowski in Landshut, Germany.  He's an Ironman triathlete, so with all his training, he does a LOT of eating.

And last week, he went to an all-you-can-eat sushi place and put down 100 PLATES of sushi.  We can assume that's roughly 200 pieces of sushi, which . . . yeah, is a ton.

So when he went to pay his $18 at the end of the night, the owner and chef told him he was now BANNED from the all-you-can-eat deal, because he was eating too much.

 

When a local newspaper called the owner to ask about the ban, he said he had to do it because Jaroslav, quote, "Eats for five people.  That is not normal." 

 

 

(The Local)

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