It might be a good idea to scratch Golden Palace Buffet off your list of delicious places to grab a bite to eat in Louisville. The restaurant’s owners are in hot water for trafficking other live human beings, like, you know, real people that breathe real air with feelings and stuff.
According to WDRB, Louisville police say the owners were illegally using men and women as workers, forcing them to work 12-hour shifts, six days a week, with “little or no breaks, and limited freedoms.”
The employees were kept in the basement of a home on Churchdown Lane and were transported to and from the restaurant in a van with wooden benches.
42-year-old Ming Chen was arrested and charged with human trafficking. Not cool, bro.