Many restaurant customers flock to the website Yelp to post or read reviews and decide where to dine, but there may be more going on than what you see on the surface. Restaurants have griped about Yelp’s review system for a while, but it turns out there may be some unscrupulous business practices going on under the (dining) table.

Read the full article here: Will Yelp’s Evil Ways Be Exposed in an Upcoming Documentary?


They say there’s no such thing as a free meal, but that doesn’t stop people from trying! Christopher Baker decided to release a harmless pet rat in a restaurant he was already banned from in order to score a free meal. The owner wasn’t buying it when he noticed the rat was likely a pet, and the rat was out of the bag when a security camera caught the release on tape.

Instead of just paying the $11 bill, Baker was fined $90 and ordered to perform community service on top of it.

Read the full article here: Man Releases a Rat in a Restaurant, Demands a Free Meal