OUTRAGEOUS: Army Veteran Thrown Out Of Restaurant For This SHOCKING Reason…


Major Diggs Brown with his service dog Arthur. (Credit: Major Diggs Brown.) Chicago.CBSlocal


Major Diggs Brown served in the Army for over 30 years. When he returned from his service in Afghanistan, he suffered from PTSD, and for two-and-a-half years, his service dog Arthur has been his full-time companion. Arthur is Brown’s best friend!

“He does a lot of things. He wakes me up from nightmares when I have them. When I have anxiety attacks, he calms me down. He saved my life and I’m even off the drugs,” Major Diggs said.

But when he was in Chicago for the weekend Brown and Arthur went out for a nice breakfast at a restaurant called Cochon Volan but what happened next was anything but nice.


“When my service dog and I walked in, the hostess took us to the table, and the young lady named Hannah, she said you can’t have a dog in the restaurant,” Brown said. “I kept my cool and I said you know it’s the American Disabilities Act. This is my service dog, he can go wherever I go, it’s the law. So I was seated, placed my order then Hannah came over again and said I have to leave. I said it’s my service dog and she said I don’t care, you need to leave, we don’t have dogs in the restaurant. I could go to the Department of Justice with this if we continue down this path.”

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Brown, humiliated and probably angry left and returned to his home in Fort Collins, Colorado.


“When I got home, I posted to my Facebook page, this is what happened to me and it went viral,” Brown said. “The manager of the restaurant then called me personally and then emailed me apologizing.”

The restaurant posted on its Facebook page that the incident was not a true representation of company policy and it has begun an immediate internal review of protocol, training of staff and ADA regulations. It also is making a donation to Puppies Behind Bars where his dog was trained.


We at Cochon Volant sincerely apologize for the unfortunate situation that occurred yesterday morning at our…

Posted by Cochon Volant on Sunday, September 13, 2015

Brown says that’s the first time he has been asked to leave because of his service dog. But he says he has no hard feelings.

Arthur has been by Major Brown’s side for two-and-a-half years. .(Credit: Major Diggs Brown.)

Arthur has been by Major Brown’s side for two-and-a-half years. .(Credit: Major Diggs Brown.)


“It’s not my intent to destroy a restaurant but it is my intent to make them aware that they have violated a law that not only affects veterans with dogs, but other people with disabilities with service laws and that they need to be aware that it’s discrimination.” (H/T Chicago.CBSlocal)

God Bless. 


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