Seats too small: the sequel

by Walter Olson on February 15, 2012

An overweight customer in Rockland County, N.Y. has dropped his Americans with Disabilities Act suit against White Castle after a Nanuet, N.Y. outpost of the hamburger chain put in new free-standing chairs that could accommodate him [NY Post, December via Lowering the Bar, earlier]


1 mojo 02.15.12 at 1:34 pm

PEBCAC: Problem Exists Between Chair And Counter

2 Chris Hoey 02.15.12 at 3:43 pm

How long before White Castle gets sued by a customer injured when struck over the head by a free standing chair wielded by an unruly patron, the theory being that having fixed chairs would have prevented it?

3 nevins 02.15.12 at 11:43 pm

When did personal shame disappear from this country. The picture of his abdomen swallowing the table should make him not wish to associate his name with this picture.
Now that his ‘disability’ has been accommodated will there be no end to his expanding girth?

4 Richard Nieporent 02.16.12 at 7:44 am

Next he will sue White Castle for making him fat.

5 Jack Wilson 02.17.12 at 4:25 pm

I wonder if his girth could obstruct the movement of someone in a wheelchair?

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