Man Sues White Castle Over Small Booths

September 13, 2011 by USA Post 

Man Sues White Castle Over Small BoothsMan Sues White Castle Over Small Booths, There is an episode of Family Guy where Peter wins a source of life for Burger Joint free burgers in the city, McBurgertown. Peter eats hamburgers thirty in a single session, making it a stroke. He’ll sue McBurgertown to cause stroke, giving free burgers for life.

That lawsuit seeks to have more merit than by Martin Kessman expelled this week.

Kessman, a stockbroker 64 years old, tips the scales at 290 pounds. He is suing White Castle, apparently his favorite restaurant, because he can not squeeze his massive body at the restaurant booths.

“These are permanent positions,” he told The New York Post. “I’m not great, [but] I’m a big guy. I could not wedge in”

I find it hard to believe. Fat is very malleable. Probably could have gotten into if I really wanted. You may have ended his manbubs over his shoulder or maybe below the knees, but could have squeezed in that if you really want to.

However, he insists that will not fit in the cabins, and we will have to take her word at that time. Kessman That leaves two options: call a trainer or call a lawyer. I guess the path you choose.

According to Fox News in New York, chose the legal route. Kessman filed a lawsuit in Manhattan federal court because, as he says, the cabins of its restaurants violate the civil rights of obese people. And yes, he is using the Americans With Disabilities Act legal to feed their generosity.

It states that the ADA is “applicable – not only me, but pregnant women and people with disabilities,” and is suing White Castle for the big chairs and unspecified damages. “I just want to feel like a normal person.”

It is unclear at this time is going to do in White Castle. Who had previously responded to requests for large Kessman cabins sending coupons for free hamburgers and a promise to put up booths in the store. Perhaps they saw the cost of retrofitting its restaurants with table-style elephant and decided not to?

Or maybe, just maybe, in a sht economy, which have come up with funds to finance a complete makeover of the restaurant. Not that Obama can call and get some fresh ObamaBucks to do so.

In any case, I’m not sure Kessman even has a case against White Castle. If the booths are uncomfortable, you can always get your takeaway. Is it really a civil rights violation because he had to push or a cab or go through the drive-thru? It’s not like they’re doing to sit in the back of the store with the other fatties.

The best part is that your addiction (oh god, I have given another avenue for legal solution?) A White Castle food could leave your lawsuit in its tracks. Why? Because there is not eaten. There may well be violating their right to food disgusting (and let’s, White Castle is unpleasant) if he still has access to it. Only now does his wife run (well, OK, drive) to the restaurant and take food home.

“My wife went and took the burgers … because I wanted to put one foot in the store,” he said. “The subsequent trips to the store are made by my wife – I’ve been like a pariah.”

In fact, Kessman? You are demanding and think you are being treated like a pariah? That’s like giving a girl herpes and then complains that she is talking just about you. You demand! Of course not want to see their greed around his shop. My God.

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