A Wisconsin Mexican restaurant has issued a response after a video of their safety guards preventing a person in a wheelchair was shared on-line.
Jalisco’s in Milwaukee has spoken out on Fb concerning the video, which reveals a person in a wheelchair preventing two safety guards on the road exterior of the restaurant.
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In accordance with the person who recorded the video, the person within the wheelchair brought about a small disturbance within the restaurant and was kicked out. It was not reported what the disturbance was.
The witness claims restaurant safety started preventing the disabled man as soon as he was exterior, FOX6 stories.
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Within the video, the person within the wheelchair is seen getting kicked and hit by two males recognized as safety members. The person within the wheelchair additionally hits every of the boys within the altercation.
The family-owned restaurant, which has been in Milwaukee for over 30 years, stated they’re conscious of the scenario final Saturday and that the occasions “don’t mirror Jalisco’s mission or core values.”
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“The actions that the independant safety firm took on this matter are NOT acceptable and don’t mirror Jalisco’s mission or core values. Efficient instantly we could have a brand new safety firm working our restaurant beginning as we speak,” the assertion on Fb learn.
“We have now been striving to serve Milwaukee to the perfect of our skills and we take the safety of our prospects crucial,” the assertion continued.
Milwaukee police have been referred to as in and are investigating the incident, FOX6 stories.