Pennsylvania restaurant owner cited for allegedly refusing to serve veteran with service dog

TILDEN TOWNSHIP, Pa. —A restaurant owner, cited by police for allegedly refusing to serve a disabled Iraq war veteran because he was accompanied by his service dog, is denying those claims.

Eric Sloan, a disabled Marine veteran, was waiting with his service dog, Rocky, for a table inside the J.A. Shao Buffet off Route 61 in the Berks County township, on July 10 when he was told by the restaurant’s owner, Qui Wang, that he had to leave because of the dog, police said.

Wang, however, told 69 News that Sloan was attempting to take the dog through the buffet line and she told him the dog had to stay at the table.

Read more of this story by WFMZ-TV, 69 News.

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  • last lough

    i would not leave my dog eat there the food sucks and the owner should get clue she severs cats in the buffet but will not let a dog walk passed it duh !!!!!