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Restaurant manager vows to change 'no dogs' policy after investigation
by John Dickens
An apologetic restaurant owner has vowed to change his 'no dogs' policy after admitting he wrongly refused entry to a blind man and his guide dog.
Muhammed Saleem, manager of Shahzad Indian restaurant, in Park Street, turned away blind charity chief Andy Shipley because 'customers did not want a dog in the restaurant'.
After The Observer article on June 1 reporting on the incident, Slough Borough Council immediately launched an investigation, with officers speaking 'at length' to Mr Saleem.
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