An all-you-can-eat Chinese restaurant has been forced to close after its customers ate too much food.
The eatery was only open for a month, but quickly racked up huge debts as more than 500 customers per day were turning up and filling their plates with tasty food.
However, the restaurant's business model was flawed, with the customers eating so much, the eatery was actually losing money.
One of the counterproductive offers saw the restaurant provide customers with unlimited food for a month in exchange for just $25, which is around £19.
Unsurprisingly, the business soon found itself in more than $100,000 worth of debt.