Woman Screams At Military Veteran For Bringing PTSD Service Dog Into Restaurant: "It's Nasty"

Submitted by: kalron27 3 weeks ago in News & Politics


According to CBS News, a patron at a Delaware crab restaurant wasn’t thrilled to be eating next to a fellow patron’s service animal — and she wasn’t afraid to let him know.


"In the video (posted above), a woman is seen screaming about the animal inside the business. "I'm leaving because the food is nasty and there's a dog," said the woman in the video. Others inside the restaurant fired back at the woman explaining that it was a service animal."

This happened near my home town, it's actually a rather well known crab place.  When I am back in the area I am considering stopping in and getting some grub and seeing if there is a Vet's donation jar for the guy and his dog.
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Male 1,798
I can understand the woman's issues, with this in mind: there are so many people running around with just regular pets, that they flat out lie about and call "service animals", just so that they can carry them where they are not supposed to be. With that being said, the stupid bitch did certainly handle this entirely the wrong way.
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Female 1
2 times I had women make a fuss about my dog
one got the home depot manager to kick me out
one yelled in my face while I'm standing in line at a 7 eleven I walked to (I was holding the 22 lb dog)
unless your my brother (germ a-phob)
-Guys don't care-
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Male 4,228
Everybody's missing the point that she kept her opinion to herself and was leaving until she was confronted by the bitch who owns the restaurant.
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Male 240
Disclaimer: I'm a USAF vet...but, it's hard to tell what lead up to this.  What if, and its very possible, the woman just asked to sit at a different table and the waitress jumped all over her.  Here's how I see it playing out:
Waitress: "What the fck did you just ask?  This man fought for our country!"
Woman: " Don't get in my face!  I just don't think service animals should be in restaurants!"
Waitress:  "This is America bitch and we support our troops, so why don't you just leave!"
(Start video). 
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Male 2,862
This guy may well have fought for her right to have an opinion.

Also, what a well behaved dog. She's causing more trouble than he is.
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Male 4,138
Is that what is known as an angry Black woman?
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Male 340
Everyone today thinks their opinion matters and is worth hearing.  If your opinion goes against Federal or State law take it up with your congressional representatives, not with a person obeying the law.
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Male 4,228
That Not a service dog it's a comfort dog. There is big difference.
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Male 3,421
dm2754 Not so sure i would agree with that, but either way, aren't they both under the same laws with regards to allowing them into public places?
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Male 4,228
daegog not where I live. I don't know about other states.
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Male 1
dm2754 A PTSD dog is a service dog, according to the Americans with Disabilities Act.
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Male 4,228
lolgos That law in Delaware is not extended to emotional support animals. 
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Male 756
You are allowed to have an opinion.
Thank you for coming, let me show you the way out.
If you would be so kind as to never return, that would be great. Thanks.


These fucking privileged kids today. "I'm allowed to have an opinion". Guess what bitch, so is everyone.

BUT (and this is where most get it wrong) this is how it works: (non specific to this example)

There is YOUR opinion, and there is GENERAL consensus.

If your opinion does not line up with the general consensus - then you are the minority in the case being put forward.

This is where understanding the meaning of 'minority', and the rights that is does and DOES NOT afford you in any given situation, matters.

Its okay for you to hold your opinion, it is okay to civilly voice your opinion.

It is then okay for you to shut the fuck up and deal with it internally/mentally, perhaps by leaving the situation if it is elevating your own stress levels.

Because your opinion does not line up with the general consensus of the given situation - it does not afford you the right to act like a cunt.

If you are absolutely correct in the case at hand - handling it like this example, automatically means that you lose. That is a human trait, the way you just acted made everyone not care about you. Why I hear you ask? Well I will tell you:

Most people there were internally juggling both cases, and I'll bet that more than one person was mentally working through solutions that would solve all concerns (the men probably XD - just a joke to lighten this up!).

The thing is, the rational people are still human. Even the most customer focused people out there will still switch off or block you out if you go out of your way to directly attack them or their personal beliefs (which the rational person has probably isolated from the decision making process for the case at hand - doesnt mean they still have them though).


The good news is that people like this bitch, usually realise they made an arse of themselves at some point down the track.
This means they realise they could never possibly show their face in that location again, they have condemned themselves from that location.

Which means eventually - they cannot leave the house without being spat on, so they dont leave the house.

Win for all us nomal folk!

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Male 4,228
stifler TL'DR
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Male 3,376
who gets that angry about something so arbitrary. shes gonna stroke out or something.
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Male 1,018
wtf is a ptsd dog?
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Male 4,228
marsii it for pussies the need a hug because life is to scary.
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Male 234
dm2754 And you've fought in how many wars tough guy?
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Male 4,228
monkerz Desert Storm in the 90s. I remember watching the white boys throwing up cuz they were so homesick and missing their mamas.
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Male 756
marsii
Persuing tail, spinning daft dog!

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Male 39,883
marsii Post Traumatic Stress Disorder dog. It's trained to help calm it's master when they start getting overwhelmed. Among other things
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Male 1,018
Gerry1of1 That's a service dog now? I was thinking seeing eye dog or aid to deaf people.
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Male 39,883
marsii And those are very beneficial animals. But severe PTSD can leave people unable to leave the house. Daily life can cause attacks and violent reactions. If the dog calms this so they can go about then YES it's a service dog.

What I HATE HATE HATE are the "emotional welfare" animals ot "therapy pets". They perform no service but people drag them around just to get away with taking pets where they don't belong. I was a McDonald's and someone had their guinea pig on the table walking around. I'm sure the next person at that table appreciated the rat shit.  People abuse the service dog rules for stupid pets. I Hate That.
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Male 4,228
marsii service dogs are actually trained and certified. Their purpose is to help the disabled have a slightly easier life with their crippling disability.

A comfort animal is equivalent to a stuffed animal. Just something to give you a hug because life's too hard to cope with.
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Male 6,086
marsii My office mate was blind and had a seeing eye dog. One day we went to the new bar after work. Soon as we walked in he grabbed his dog by the tail and spun it over his head. I said "Bob What Are You Doing?!" He replied "Just looking around."
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Male 7,910
What an ignorant woman.
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Male 9,738
I'm not going to lie, dogs in restaurants do kind of gross me out a little bit. Bigger dogs shed and drool and sometimes can have an unpleasant odor if they have been playing or gotten wet recently.

However, that personal inconvenience is vastly outweighed by the benefit service dogs provide to those that need them, so I would never dream of complaining. This lady is a world class bitch.
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Male 39,883
holygod I see people in restaurants I'd sooner throw out than a dog. They haven't bathed, they're foul mouthed. No table manners. Don't control their kids etc.....

A dog just sits there.
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Male 5,002
holygod I would never dream of complaining either. But it does piss me off when people bring dogs into my grocery store that are obviously not service dogs. Especially when they put them in the carts. That's where food goes not their dog's shit asses.
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Male 7,830
The only three people I feel for in this video are the vet, his dog, and the woman's husband.

The vet was just there trying to get something to eat.
The dog was just there doing its job, and didn't say a word even with the woman yelling.
The woman's husband just looks broken down and embarrassed while trying to leave.

Everybody else just fed the flames.  A shouting match cannot happen without multiple participants.
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Male 3,376
cobrakiller i'm sure his balls are kept safely in her purse. with that kind of reaction she better be bombastic in bed for him to put up with that
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Male 454
cobrakiller The manager should have asked her to leave or thrown her out. There is no reason she should be allowed to disrupt a private business like that. Call the cops.
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Male 2,694
The only disgusting animal I saw was you honey.  The sign out front even states "service dogs welcome."  
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Male 6,086
In Europe  having pets in public restaurants is common
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Male 3,645
thezigrat What about space? Is it common to have pets in public space restaurants?
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Male 62
DuckBoy87 Yes. I live in Germany. Most of time you don't realize the dogs are there till you see them walking out with their owners.
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Male 3,645
ShelbyCobra Didn't know Germany was in space! Wow! Kidding aside, whoooooa I haven't seen you lurking around here in forever! How have you been?
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Male 62
DuckBoy87 Been good. I pop in most days, check out a few links(mostly the comments) and pop over to another site.
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Male 6,086
DuckBoy87 Often on the menu
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Male 39,883
thezigrat You've been eating in Chinatown
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Male 1,290
Gerry1of1 Hunan Dynasty is my fav.

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Male 8,526
The veteran is well within his right.
The restaurant is bound by law to accomodate (and looks like they do so gladly).
The dog is better trained (and probably more hygienic) than the screaming bitch.

BTW....NOW she's dealing the Race Card.  Of course, the dog was 'racist'. 
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Male 3,421
megrendel When people like you complain about racism as often as you complain about being called a racist, then racism ends.  Do your part eh?

That said, she could have just left, seems like a bunch of yelling for nothing.
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Male 8,526
daegog The main issue is...claims of racism occur much more often than actual racism.

When I see racism, I call it out.
When I see bullshit claims of racism, I will call bullshit. 

In this case, 'Racism' was not called until she got caught. I call bullshit. 

And racism will not end until:
  1. People quit being racist &
  2. People quit being race hucksters. Do you think Rev. Al could make a living if he didn't live off false racism charges?
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Male 9,738
daegog Echoed. Being white is easier. If you act like it's not you're an asshole.
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Male 1,325
Let's see, I'm trying to be real sensitive here. FUCK YOU BITCH!
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Male 1,011
I've never understood why any well-behaved dog isn't allowed into restaurants in Canada or the USA
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Male 836
lockner01 When you have documents to prove your pet is trained to the same standard of a service dog, feel free.  Until then, leave your pet at home.

Having said that, I wish I could say that to parents who have never trained their kids to behave in a restaurant.  My kids never caused any scene in a restaurant (throwing food, misbehaving, shouting).
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lockner01 Because there are plenty of people who say their dog is well-behaved when it isn't. And if it shits on the floor, will expect the wait staff to clean it up.
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Male 1,011
barry9a And if you bring your child into a restaurant, they take a big shit and you change their diaper on the floor?  That's ok? 
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lockner01 jesus, that's a moronic retort.
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Male 1,011
barry9a So the fact that I've been in a restaurant when this has happened makes it a moronic retort?
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lockner01 It's a moronic retort because a) we were talking about dogs, and b) even in your example, the wait staff aren't changing the baby and cleaning up its shit.
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Male 1,011
barry9a why did you bring Jesus into it?
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Female 3
lockner01  i have seen this happen more times than i care to admit.  I am a wedding planner, i once seen a lady change her baby's horrible diaper on the table while she and 7 others were sitting around eating their very expensive catered meal.  Mmmm prime rib and poop!  Guests complained to me and my staff but she would not go to the ladies room, I even offered her my office...nope.  The bride cried because...well, who wouldn't?. Though I have seen it, this was by far the worst incident I have ever seen. (this baby was not a newborn. id guess 18 months.  parents know why I make that distinction)  
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Male 1,011
owser Thanks for backing me up.
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Male 836
lockner01 if a parent did that I'd freak.  There is a diaper station in the washroom, dad, us it.
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Male 5,163
Flat tits
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