Athlete Banned From ‘All You Can Eat’ Restaurant For Eating 100 Plates Of Sushi

"That is not normal," said the restaurant owner.

A triathlete in Germany has been banned from his local sushi restaurant for taking advantage of their 'All You Can Eat' offer.

Waiters at Running Sushi in Bavaria became increasingly alarmed as Jaroslav Bobrowski continued to scoff down roll after roll.

The restaurant has an offer that customers can eat all they want for $26 -- which seems like a ridiculous business model -- but Bobrowski was accused of crossing the line.

“He eats for five people. That is not normal,” the Running Sushi owner told the Passauer Neue Presse.

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The triathlete says he follows a strict diet -- fasting for 20 hours per day -- so he would have been ravenous by the time he arrived for his sushi feast.

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The restaurant alleges that Bobrowski put away 100 plates of sushi.

Yep, that’s right. 100.

The athlete says he was willing to pay extra but it was too late --  his banquet for one did not go down well with the panicked staff, The Local reports.

"When I went to the checkout, I wanted to tip, but the waiter did not want to accept that," Bobrowski said.

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"I'm banned from now on because I'm eating too much."

"I was stunned," the former bodybuilder added.

A cautionary tale for any restaurant considering a buffet option.

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