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Diner Refuses to Pay for Dinner and Claims "False Advertising" to Justify It

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Most people who dine out on occasion have been less than satisfied by their meal. Whether the food wasn't to your liking, you waited forever to be served, or you left feeling hungry despite the size of your bill, you probably paid, right? Right? 

Well, a guy on reddit claims he had a right to refuse payment after dining at an upscale new restaurant because they committed "false advertising."

The post in the popular "Am I the A-hole" subreddit was authored under the likely throwaway account "GimmeBigSteak," who makes it clear he was reluctant to visit a restaurant his girlfriend had been excited to try, saying it seems like "one of those hipster places" in a dismissive tone.

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Source: reddit