Woman’s angry tirade over ‘nasty’ PTSD dog in a restaurant is loud and very ugly

A video of a Delaware woman going off on a veteran’s family over a service dog is making the rounds online.

The incident took place at Kathy’s Crab House & Family Restaurant in Delaware City, according to Heavy.com, and the woman is visible upset that the dog, a Great Dane, is in the restaurant and makes no bones about voicing her displeasure.

“I’m leaving because of his nasty (inaudible) dog,” she said. “So what, what are you going to do about it? Nothing!”

Service dogs are trained to assist and comfort veterans living with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and it’s not clear if the dog may have somehow made contact with the woman, who was heard saying, “I’m not going to keep my hands to myself, I’m going to push it just like I did and there’s nothing you can do about it.”

A woman off camera chimed in to say that he — presumably the vet — is alive because he fought for our country.

“Congratulations!” the upset woman screamed. “My husband’s dad did too, what’s your point? My husband’s dad fought for the f**king country!”

The two go out each other pretty intensely before the woman started to leave, but then doubled back to get the last word.

“It’s disgusting to have an animal inside a public restaurant,” she said, adding that if it must happen, the dog should be in a “sectional area.”

An older gentleman, perhaps the vet, became highly agitated and got in the woman’s face, before friends stepped in to calm him down. Meanwhile, a man with the woman steered her out of the restaurant, bringing the troubling episode to an end.

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