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Streamer banned from buffet in China goes viral on Weibo

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A Chinese food influencer has been banned from frequenting an all-you-can-eat restaurant in China after allegedly swallowing too much food.

Eat too much : The food streamer, identified as Mr. Kang, was banned from the Handadi Seafood BBQ Buffet in Changsha, Hunan, for eating an excessive amount of the restaurant’s food.

  • According to BBC News, Mr. Kang managed to consume over 3 pounds of pig’s trotters the first time and over 7 pounds of shrimp on his second visit.

  • “I can eat a lot, is that a fault?” ” He asked. The livestreamer explained that he didn’t waste any food. He also claimed that the owner of the buffet “discriminates” his customers who eat a lot.

  • The restaurateur said: “Every time [Mr. Kang] comes here, I lose a few hundred yuan. Even when he drinks soy milk, he can drink 20 or 30 bottles. When he eats the pig’s trotters, he consumes the whole tray. And for shrimp, people usually use tongs to pick them up, he uses a tray to pick them all up.

  • Mr. Kang’s story went viral Weibo, generating more than 250 million views. Since the incident, the buffet owner has now banned influencers and streamers from his restaurant.

China has passed a law in 2020 prevent people from ordering too much food in restaurants and filming mukbangs in restaurants. President Xi Jinping said food waste was an “agonizing” problem that “threatened China’s food security”.

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