Even though some restaurants may state they are "all-you-can-eat" establishments, there's always the chance that customers can eat too much in a single sitting for these places to handle.
That just happened to a guy in Germany, who found himself banned from an AYCE sushi spot after eating nearly 100 plates of food.
According to The Local, the eater was Ironman triathlete Jaroslav Bobrowski, who fasts for 20 hours a day before gorging himself on food. He was actually a regular at this particular sushi spot, called Running Sushi, and his latest eating feat was the straw that broke the camel's back for the owner. Running Sushi charges about $18.49 USD (€15.90 Euros) per person, so by eating so many plates, Bobrowski was easily making the restaurant lose money fast.
Claiming that Bobrowski eats enough for 5 people, the owner then banned him for "eating too much," as the athlete put it. Bobrowski did try to tip as a way to say thanks for letting him eat so much, but the waiter serving him declined to accept it.
Bobrowski did attempt to go back and apologize, according to Eater, although it's unclear as to whether that was enough to let him back into the sushi spot.
Still, he can easily find other all-you-can-eat spots to get his fill at in the future. Plus, there's always the competitive eating route, which Bobrowski seems like he could excel at based on his latest sushi binge.