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Large Man Protests an All-You-Can-Eat Buffet as Life Imitates The Simpsons

Large Man Protests an All-You-Can-Eat Buffet as Life Imitates The Simpsons: The Simpsons

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Remember the classic episode of The Simpsons where Homer goes to a seafood restaurant and gets kicked out after eating too much? Marge is horrified. Marital strife ensues. Well, the same thing just happened IRL in Wisconsin.

Bill Wisth is a 350-pound man (which is about the average for someone from the Cheese State). He went to Chuck’s Place, a restaurant in Thiensville, Wis., and ordered the bottomless fish fry. After eating 20 pieces of fish, the staff told him it was running out of fish and refused to give him more. He said he was still hungry and demanded more. Now he’s protesting the restaurant for not allowing him to eat a dangerous amount of seafood.

Here’s a news report on this story, because there isn’t anything more interesting in Wisconsin to report on:

It does not seem that Wisth was inspired by the classic episode of The Simpsons. But at least he’s not experiencing any Marge-like embarrassment from this incident. That’s…good? Right?

Since Hulu will not let me embed a clip from this episode, here’s a pretty poor quality clip from the episode. But you should see the similarities:

Every person in Wisconsin is basically living an episode of The Simpsons every day.

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Joseph Misulonas is an editorial assistant for Playboy.com. He’s from Chicago and would rather spend eternity burning in Hell than live in Wisconsin. He can be found on Twitter at @jmisulonas.

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