London grill refuses entrance to blind teen after objecting to ‘guide dog’, gets amicable media ire

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London: A 19-year-old blind teen in the UK was left in tears after she was forced to leave a Thai restaurant since she had her beam dog with her. The teenager’s beam dog, a two-year-old Labrador Retriever, had his standing clearly indicated by a strap and signs observant ‘do not confuse me, I’m a operative dog.’

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Representational image. Image courtesy: Reuters

My daughter had been left dissapoint after a manager of the Yee Rah Thai grill in Liverpool told her to get out,” her mother was quoted as observant by The Mirror.

“All restaurants should be permitted to all people in the city and it’s outrageous that people are treated in this way,” she added… “It was ideally transparent that it was operative as assistance dog though a manager said, ‘I don’t care, you’ve got to leave.'”

The manager asked them they could lay outward with the dog. She was positively ashamed by what happened and she came home really unsettled and frustrated, a news said. The occurrence has already captivated disastrous comments on the restaurant’s Facebook page.

“It positively is a process to concede beam dogs into our restaurants. The review is between us and a guest and the review is ongoing. It is a association process across all restaurants that beam dogs are authorised to come in,” said Yee Rah’s code manager Rachael Clarke.