Restaurant Manager Kicks Out Old Veteran After Breakfast Order, Let’s See Why

Recently, Major Diggs Brown, a highly decorated military veteran who served his country for over 30 years, faced an appalling incident at a restaurant in Chicago. Despite his unwavering commitment and sacrifice to safeguarding our nation’s freedoms, he was subjected to discrimination simply because he had his loyal service dog, Arthur, with him.

Arthur isn’t just a pet; he’s Major Brown’s lifeline. As a veteran coping with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Arthur provides vital support, from waking him up during nightmares to calming him down during anxiety attacks. Their bond is not just one of companionship, but of necessity and survival.

When Major Brown stood up for his rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), he was met with resistance and humiliation. But he didn’t stay silent. He courageously shared his experience on social media, sparking a viral conversation about the importance of recognizing and respecting the rights of service dog handlers.

The response from the restaurant, Koshan Voland, was commendable. They swiftly reached out to Major Brown with a personal apology, acknowledged their mistake publicly, and committed to better educating their staff about ADA regulations and the rights of individuals with disabilities.

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