FAT A$$ Americans
koweta native

Greenville, GA

#1 Aug 17, 2011
Should restaurants and other eating establishments be able to refuse service to over-weight patrons?

Over-weight people need to be helped with their problem. To allow someone to eat ones self into the grave is like a bartender who continues to serve an alcoholic drinks after he is obviously intoxicated. Aside from the health problems to the individual, what about the cost in increased insurance rates passed on to the people who try to take care of their bodies and stay healthy? Should The Wiffle House have the option to just say no?

In Phenix City one cannot smoke in a restaurant for health reasons.
Bartenders cut people off when they've had enough.
Should`nt resurants be able to say "Sorry but I think you`ve had enough"

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