August 26, 2013 |

Restaurant owner kicks out war vet, service dog

By Pizza Today


Restaurant owner kicks out war vet, service dogThe owner of restaurant in Oxford, Massachusetts recently yelled profanities at a disabled Iraq war veteran when he entered the establishment with his service dog. James Glaser, who suffers from PTSD, was asked to leave even after providing the owner with his service dog’s certification papers.

Glaser contacted the police. After officers explained the law, the restaurant still refused service, according to Fox Boston. No charges were filed. But Glaser is filing a complaint with Americans with Disabilities Act. For more on this story, CLICK HERE.

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