A Brighton,UK based all-you-can-eat buffet restaurant found two customers it wasn't able to stomach as they went back on their word and barred the diners for eating too much. Gobi, a Mongolian restaurant in the south coast British city, apparently kicked out 26 year-olds George Dalmon and Andy Miles after they each ploughed through five bowls of food.
Dalmon said to the BBC "As we were eating the last bowl, the owner came up and said never to come back again, we're disgusting, and we're eating him out of business, so we're nothing but filthy pigs. So, I was quite shocked about this and I asked him if he was joking and he replied 'no, I'm definitely not, I've had it with you two, that's it". He added "Obviously we've paid the £12 for the buffet and it says you can have as much as you like, but apparently five bowls was over the top as far as he was concerned."
For their part, the restaurant are accusing the pair of knocking other customers out of the way in their quest to get at the food. "Like when the shark shuts its eyes before it feeds, they're like that. They just get to the buffet and whatever happens they just pile it in" said co-owner Peter Westgate. "They muck the buffet up for everyone, they push and shuffle people from the barbecue area and it's pretty sad really, because you can eat all you like over five-and-a-half hours - it's not an issue, you don't need to rush."
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