Man Calls Police, Pickets Over All-You-Can-Eat Policy

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(Courtesy: WTMJ / CNN)

THIENSVILLE, Wis. (WTMJ) — Weighing in at 350 pounds and standing six-feet, six-inches tall, Bill Wisth knows he has a large appetite.  

He took it to a Wisconsin restaurant for an advertised all-you-can-eat dinner.

After eating a dozen pieces of fried fish, Wisth wanted more, but the restaurant said it was running out of fish and patience.

It sent him home with eight more pieces.  

But that wasn’t enough for Wisth — who is claiming false advertising.  

He even called the police and came back with a picket sign two days later. 

When a reporter asked why Wisth called the police, he responded, “I think that people have to stand up for consumers.”

A waitress said Wisth, who has a tab at the restaurant, has been a problem customer before.  

Wisth plans to picket the restaurant every Sunday until something changes.  


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