If the man who faked a heart attack to score free meals ever returns to the restaurants he defrauded, he will surely be dead to them.
A 50-year-old originally from Lithuania was thrown in prison after at least pretending to do something 20 heart attacks in restaurants in Spain to avoid paying for the meal, according to the British Sun.
The prison sentence was served after the man failed to pay two fines relating to the ridiculous eating and drinking.
The UK Sun published a photo of the man appearing to be lying on the floor of a restaurant mid-performance as part of his breathtaking show.
The man’s roadshow was repeated mainly in restaurants on the Costa Blanca.
According to the British tabloid, a restaurant owner said the man ordered several glasses of white label whiskey to wash down a Russian salad before faking a heart attack.
The expat was sentenced to 42 days in prison for refusing to pay the fines.
The restaurant owners are reportedly planning to file a joint lawsuit that could see the man sentenced to up to two years in prison.
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