The hashtag #JusticeForMrKang should be trending on the internet by now—but since such bullsh*t hashtags are not tolerated in China, Mr. Kang would have to deal with the emotional trauma of getting kicked out of an all-you-can-eat buffet for eating too much.
The question I asked when I saw this story on BBC was what was the purpose of the all-you-can-eat buffet? Or there was a limit to whatever one could eat because the name clearly tells that you can eat all you can but that wasn’t what happened in Mr. Kang‘s case.
Mr. Kang after he was kicked out of the all-you-can-eat buffet for eating too much shared his sad experience with Hunan TV and accused the restaurant of discriminating against people who can eat a lot. Apparently, the all-you-can-eat buffet was organized for people who couldn’t eat too much food but then Mr. Kang who is obviously a glutton stormed the restaurant and displayed his extreme eating skills.
“The man, known only as Mr Kang, told Hunan TV that he was banned from the Handadi Seafood BBQ Buffet in Changsha city after a series of binges.
He ate 1.5kg of pork trotters during his first visit and 3.5kg to 4kg of prawns on another visit, he said.
Mr Kang said the restaurant is “discriminatory” against people who can eat a lot.
“I can eat a lot – is that a fault?” he said, adding that he didn’t waste any of the food.
But the restaurant owner told the same reporter that Mr Kang was putting him out of pocket.
“Every time he comes here, I lose a few hundred yuan,” he said.
“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.”
He added that he is banning all live-streamers from the restaurant.
Mr Kang is a food live streamer who has probably eaten at all restaurants providing an all-you-can-eat buffet but now, he has been banned from Handadi Seafood BBQ Buffet in Changsha city. It’s unfortunate for Mr Kang!
This is injustice!