5-speed listening (All-you-can-eat Sushi - Level 2)

Restaurant bans customer for eating too much






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A sushi restaurant in Germany banned a customer because he ate too much. The customer was an ironman athlete. He ate at the restaurant in Bavaria last weekend. He paid $18.50 for an all-you-can-eat meal and ate nearly 100 plates of sushi. When he paid for his meal, the owner asked him not to return to the restaurant because of how much he ate. The customer told a local newspaper: "I'm banned...because I ate too much." He said the owner's left him feeling "stunned". He told reporters that he was a regular customer at the restaurant.

The customer ate a lot because of his ironman diet. He does not eat for 20 hours and then he eats until he is full. He never had problems eating at the restaurant before. This time, the owner told a German news agency that the customer ate enough "for five people" and that was "not normal". The restaurant waiter did not accept a tip from the customer. He said: "When I went to the checkout, I wanted to leave a tip, but the waiter did not want to accept it." The customer must now find another restaurant that provides delicious and good value meals.

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