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Bill Wisth, Hungry Man, Stages Protest Against All-You-Can-Eat Fish Fry

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Say hello to Bill Wisth, America’s new champion of consumer rights and first-world problem-sufferer. Bill here has taken to protesting against a local fish fry, Chuck’s Place, after the all-you-can-eat restaurant refused to provide all-Bill-can-eat quantities of food.

The Wisconsin establishment holds an all-you-can-eat evening every Friday, and Bill is a regular. Yet trouble arose at one recent evening when Chuck’s Place decided to cut Bill off after he had finished a meager twelve pieces of fish.

The fish fry offered Bill an additional eight pieces of fish to take home, but an incensed Wisth wouldn’t listen to such reasoning – instead, he has now pledged to picket the restaurant every Sunday with a rather natty sign.

Bill will only back down when … well, his battle conditions aren’t absolutely clear, but he did tell local reporter Annie Scholz that he felt consumers should stand up more for their rights.

Alas, Bill may not have much of a leg to stand on. A Chuck’s waitress appears in the news report (embedded below) and mentions that Bill has a running tab with Chuck’s. Yeah, bit rich that, Bill.

Despite his anger with the restaurant, Wisth does credit the eatery with having some of the best deep dish pizza in the area.

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14 Responses to “Bill Wisth, Hungry Man, Stages Protest Against All-You-Can-Eat Fish Fry”

  1. Donna Derricott

    Bill is a "greedy" over weight man ((350 lbs). Come on twenty pieces of fish. The Restaurant needs to specify a limit.

  2. Scott Edwards

    Yep, his fat belly definitely pegs him as a consumer. Maybe he should try to be a producer for a change. Selfish b*stard.

  3. Jeremy Barstow

    just another fat cunt, it must suck to be such a fat fucking hog……..fat people suck! I would give him all the fish he could eat hoping his heart would blowout.

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  5. Phildo Young

    Then it wouldn't be 'All-You-Can-Eat', would it?

  6. Katie Soler

    If it says "All You Can Eat" and they didn't give him all he could eat, I can see why he's upset. I'd also be unhappy if I paid for an all you can eat deal and they turned me away before I'd had enough. If you want to advertise "All you can eat," actually give people all they can eat or switch to a campaign you can handle.

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