Michael Moore Terrorizes Buffet Owners

The remnants of Capo Pasta Buffet in Ontario, CA.
The remnants of Capo Pasta Buffet in Ontario, CA.

Los Angeles, CA — Michael Moore is a controversial and often outspoken film producer. His documentaries include, Bowling For Columbine and Fahrenheit 9/11. He often the target of right wing politicians with his rhetoric and he appears on many newscasts as a commentator.

Gish Gallop has learned from a source close to Mr. Moore, that he often terrorizes buffet restaurant owners. He will often call and whisper in to the phone, “I’m coming for you, there will be nothing left,” before hanging up.

Qiu Guiying, owner of the China Chamber Buffet in Tustin, CA spoke to Gish Gallop about recent run-in with Mr. Moore.

“He comes in here all the time,” exclaimed Mr. Guiying. “He doesn’t leave a tip and he stays for four hours.”

Many buffet restaurants have already been the target of Moore’s wrath. No fewer than 12 restaurants have had to close after Moore’s visit. Tony Fiorinni, owner of Capo Pasta Buffet in Ontario CA, is the most recent casualty to fall to Moore’s onslaught.

“I can’t believe dis guy. He came in and just started eating straight off the buffet, didn’t even use a plate!” said Fiorinni  via phone. “I lost $4 Large that night, he had the balls to come back again, I told him to leave and he threaten to file a lawsuit for discrimination. What could I do, now there’s nothing left, my kid’s cannot go to college?”

Every buffet owner we spoke to had the same experience. Each have been devastated by the losses and terrorized by the phone calls. One restaurant survivor said, “I had to keep him from coming back, so I changed to a vegan buffet.”

Dedicated To The Memory Of Comedian John Pinnette.

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