Albert Flemming, from Massachusetts is suing Golden Corral Corporation for $2million for false advertising after he was thrown out of one of the chain’s restaurants by its employees.

According to witnesses, the welfare recipient was expelled after he spent more than seven hours on site eating a whopping 50 pounds of food, alone.

Despite advertising, an ‘all you can eat’ buffet, the manager seemingly lost patience at some point telling the now disgruntled customer that his meal would be free but he has to leave.

The manager’s intervention angered Flemming, and after a brief altercation between the two, he was thrown out of the establishment. Flemming went on to call the police and filed a complaint against the restaurant and says he will hold the employeed accountable for their actions.

As reported by the website 8Shit, Flemming told reporters that it was a serious injustice and he was deeply insulted. He went on to add, “With my income, I rarely go to restaurants, so I tried to get as much as I can for my money when I do. This was the worst experience I have ever had in a restaurant. Not only did they kicked me out while I was still hungry, but they looked at me like I was disgusting, like I was not worthy to eat here! It’s unacceptable, and I demand compensation!”

The restaurant chain quickly issues a press release stating that the decision to expel Flemming was a regrettable personal initiative from an overzealous franchise manager. According to them, they have also offered some financial indemnities to Felmming but it has been refused.

Flemming confirmed that he had been offered a significant amount of money by the company, but he is convinced that he can get more if he goes to court.