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(Salt Lake City-AP) -- Chuck-A-Rama is serving up an apology to the low-carb couple cut-off from eating beef at the buffet.
Chuck-A-Rama's CEO says the chain has invited Sui Amaama and his wife Isabelle Leota back to the restaurant. And he's apologized for their bad experience on their last trip.
The couple were told by the manager of the restaurant last week that they could not have any more roast beef.
They were offended and asked for their money back. When the manager declined, the police were called to escort the couple out of the restaurant.
Leota has said she's embarrassed by the incident, but were NOT available for comment today.
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