Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

8 News Stories (Almost) Too Ironic To Be Real.

#6. Most people assume that you can eat as much as you want at an all-you-can-eat restaurant, but you can’t.

George Dalmon and Andy Miles thought they could eat as much as they wanted when they sat at the Gobi restaurant in Brighton. But it became their last meal after the manager banned the guys from returning.

Most people assume that you can eat as much as you want at an all-you-can-eat restaurant, but you can’t.

#7. Homeopathy offers an alternative to standard medical practices using natural substances to heal the body.

But when the homeopathy company Terra Medica discovered some of their product might have contained legit antibiotics, they had no choice but to recall their products to avoid a potential medical emergency.

Homeopathy offers an alternative to standard medical practices using natural substances to heal the body.

#8. When an anti-piracy group vows to end pirated software, you don’t expect them to break their own rules.

Nopiracy.org got called out for using someone else’s copyright protected photo for their anti-piracy ad. This was a perfect example of the saying “Do as we say, not as we do.”

When an anti-piracy group vows to end pirated software, you don’t expect them to break their own rules.

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