Martin Kessman of Nanuet, N.Y., has been eating at White Castle religiously since 1959, but now the 64-year-old, 290-pound, burger-stuffed stockbroker says he can no longer fit in the restaurant's booths. After two years of complaining, he's suing the burger chain under the Americans With Disabilities Act. "I just want to sit down like a normal person," Kessman says.
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