N.J. waitress fired after complaining dog was left alone in car, report says
Apparently, they'd rather she kept her yap shut.
The Press of Atlantic City is reporting Tuesday a waitress at the Longhorn Steakhouse in Millville has been fired after complaining to customers that they'd left their dog inside a car. The customers complained to her manager, according to the report — and All Cristal Perez was first suspended, then fired.
The report also quotes Perez, 23, saying she overheard two other customers call city police about the small brown, black and white dog.
New Jersey law makes it a illegal to leave a pet unattended in a vehicle under inhumane conditions that endanger its welfare — with fines of up to $1,000. But Longhorn communications manager Hunter Robinson told the paper the dog was a special-needs assistant, left in the car with air conditioning on, and was never in any danger.