Tuesday, September 13, 2011
Fat Slob Sues Restaurant For Not Having Booths Large Enough For His Gross Carcass
NY man sues White Castle saying booths too small
Sep 13 2011
COLUMBUS, Ohio — In and absurd law suit a New York man is suing White Castle, claiming the booths in one of its hamburger restaurants are too small.
Martin Kessman says in the federal lawsuit filed last week that he was embarrassed in 2009 when he tried squeezing his 6-foot, 290-pound frame into the seating at a White Castle in Nanuet, N.Y. He says he slammed his knee into a metal post under the table and was in pain.
Kessman didn't bother to explain what all he had eaten to get him to such a gross, unhealthy weight. Would he have the whole nation redesigned to fit his gross, ugly, obese body. Pigs can't fit into White Castle booths, either, so should this Kessman pig be treated any differently?
The lawsuit claims the restaurant could not accommodate a customer of Kessman's stature, in violation of the Americans With Disabilities Act. The suit seeks an unspecified financial judgment. The only disability Kessman has is his unwillingness to stop eating like a pig.
Spokesman Jamie Richardson at White Castle headquarters in Columbus, Ohio, says the restaurant is being replaced and that the new one will have roomier seating. This sad capitulation to one fat pig is a testimonial to how absurd some of these disability suits have become. Someone 9 feet tall will demand the redesign of all aircraft so he won't have to bend over.