• Apples to oranges. Cutting off a drunk is a safety issue. For them, and others around them. If someone eats too much, worst case scenario, they get sick.
  • I guess it would be if they have one of those signs stating they reserve the right to refuse service to anyone. I'm sure they would be sued though.
  • Drunk people need to stop drinking until they are sober. Obese people should not stop eating until they are not obese. That is the flaw in your analogy.
  • It is not legal, but one had tried to do it.
  • I think it should be allowed honestly. How can I, in good conscience, contribute to someones risk for heart disease by allowing them to consume gross quantities of food? Next thing you know, proprietors of restaraunts will be getting sued for "making someone get fat." Legally, you are allowed to refuse service to anyone. However, with they way Americans are, you would lose a civil suit for wrongful discrimination. On the other hand, if you advertise all you can eat, I see no reason why you should cut someone off.
  • No. But I like the way you think.

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