A FATHER has been left “humiliated” by the way he and his disabled three-year-old son were treated by staff at a petrol station this week.

Karsten Bulner attempted to enter Weyhill Service Station on Sunday evening with son Leon and his assistance dog Fern but were turned away.

When he tried to explain that the two-year-old dog was to support his son’s disabilities, the cashier coldly informed them that his manager had said, “no dogs, end of”.

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