ENTITLED MOM INCOMING! Apparently what is going on in this video is there are a few service dogs at the mall.
A mother comes up to the service dogs owners and ask “can I pet your dog?”
Now this is a very common question that dog owners receive when taking their dog into public places.
According the the person filming the video they just responded by saying “no”. This mother was not happy with the way the person said it.
Now to me that definitely would come off someone rude.
But at the same time I would relate with them being in a high traffic public place with a service dog with many people asking the same question. So I get it.
Once the altercation starts the woman who owns the dog begins to film.
I’m not really taking complete sides on this but isn’t that annoying when just because you get into an altercation you have to get your phone out and start filming.
I get it… you may be harmed and want proof.
The woman who posted the video that is blowing up currently on Facebook posted it while writing:
Had this crazy experience yesterday at the mall where some lady asked if she could pet the dogs.
People ask us all the time so I just said, “no.” All the dogs are working so it’s my go to answer.
And they walked away.
No big deal right? This lady went out of her way to come back with her child and yell at us for saying “no” and for not saying, “nO iM sOrRy ThEy’Re TrAiNiNg.”
And we should “have a sign or something.” You mean the 20 patches on my dog that say don’t pet? 🙃
Entitlement these days is real. They even got mall security because we said they couldn’t pet the working dogs. 🙃😂
Security said that the lady was crying 😂 So much harassment for just saying no.
This video is public and is shareable. There was no common sense here.
Here is the video:
So I have said a couple times I’m not on a particular side.
That was until the end of the video.
Towards the end the girls being filmed both claim you can not film with out permission.
Now this may or may not be true. Depends where they are at which is a mall I believe you can 100% film whatever you would like.
I found this little tid bit:
Many malls and office buildings are open to the public. … Photography inside a mall is not illegal, but refusing to leave when asked is. Nobody can take your camera or film from you, aside from an officer of the law with a court order. They can demand it, but you don’t have to give up the goods.
Just a pet peeve of mine when someone goes to the “YOU CAN’T FILM WITHOUT MY PERMISSION” line.