Stay hungry: Wisconsin man picketing all-you-can-eat restaurant

Eric Pfeiffer
The Sideshow

Bill Wisth is 6-foot-6 and weighs 350 pounds. His version of an all-you-can-eat buffet might be slightly different from yours or mine. And now Wisth is protesting a Theinsville, Wisconsin, restaurant that finally cut him off after eating 12 fish during its all-you-can-eat fish fry.

"It's false advertising," Wisth said, who has been picketing the restaurant with a handwritten, cardboard sign that reads "Poor Business Practices!"

Amazingly, UPI reports that Wisth even called the police on Chuck's Place after the restaurant cut him off. The restaurant then sent him on his way with an additional eight pieces of fish, meaning he got 20 pieces of fish total, but he's still not satisfied.

"I think that people have to stand up for consumers," Wisth said.

Another local video is also worth watching, if only for the hilarious and obvious contempt WTMJ4 on-air reporter Annie Scholz has for Wisth's "plight," repeatedly rolling her eyes during the report.

Nonetheless, Wisth says he will protest Chuck's Place every Sunday until the restaurant delivers on its all-you-can-eat promise.

Chuck's Place waitress Elizabeth Roeming said Wisth was cut off because the kitchen was literally running out of fish due to his unusually large consumption. She also claims Wisth has "caused disturbances" at the restaurant before and has an unpaid tab to boot.

Despite his ongoing protest, Wisth did have at least one nice thing to say about Chuck's Place, telling local affiliate WTMJ4, "They do have like some of the best pizza in town if you like deep dish pizza."

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