A foul-mouthed row broke out a popular all-you-can-eat restaurant after staff accused three customers of wasting food.
Adam Hussey, 19, claimed workers at Wings, in Ferensway, trapped him and his two friends after they clashed because they 'left a plate without eating it', report the Hull Daily Mail.
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Mr Hussey, of Cottingham, said he and his friends paid about £50 up front for their meal and drinks before tucking into around five plates each.
But he said they left around a plate of food between them because it was either "cold" or "overcooked."
Staff at the restaurant then called police over the trio, who later confirmed they had to attend the all-you-can-eat buffet on Tuesday evening to intervene between both parties. A Wings spokesperson said they had no comment over the incident.
When the trio tried to leave the restaurant, Mr Hussey claimed staff and the restaurant manager left him "trapped in the corner" while a chef held his arm.
Bust-up in Hull's Wings buffet after customers 'leave plate of food'
Mr Hussey said: "We left the table and as I walked towards the door the manager was standing there as I was going to leave. He took me to the side and said we couldn't go as they'd called the police because we had left some food.
"Then he pulled me into the corner and trapped me there, while a chef took hold of my arm and twisted it behind my back.
"I was jostling and shouting a bit because it was in front of a crowded restaurant and it was humiliating.
"I said we would go quietly and why didn't we wait for the police in a room upstairs."
In the video who can hear the diners argue with one saying: "Let's got sit calmly upstairs" before he then adds "I'm this close to f****** losing it."
Customers say staff 'trapped them in a corner' over the fracas
Restaurant staff are then heard to say: "Wait for the police" in the two minute video, which is full of expletives.
Mr Hussey said when the police arrived, he had a choice over being given a £90 fine for disturbance, or to pay another £15 for the leftover food.
He said the group had been ear-marked by the restaurant staff after they began leaving food and went up for more.
He added: "I'd left some food just because it wasn't very enjoyable, and when we went up to the puddings the manager said I shouldn't leave the food.
"But we'd already paid a lot of money and it wasn't that much between us."
Police confirmed they attended the restaurant after hearing about a dispute over payment.
A spokesman said: "Police were called to a restaurant on Ferensway in Hull last night shortly after 8pm after reports that a group of customers were causing a disturbance following a dispute about payment.
"Police attended and intervened to resolve the matter between the two parties.
"No arrests were made."
A spokesman for Wings said: "This incident happened last night and the police are involved, and the police have already sorted the situation out. We have no comment on this incident."