Blind Ex-doctor Attached a Camera To His Service Dog To Explain The Discrimination They Face Every Day

Amit Patel is a 37 years old blind ex-doctor who lost his sight after suffering a cornea transplants to correct his blurry vision, said he attached a camera to his guide dog to capture the daily abuse they face while walking around London.

He claims other travellers step over his guide dog Kika, hit her with umbrellas to move out of their way on escalators.

Mr Patel says people tell him to apologise for being in the way also he was ignored by station staff so decided to put a GoPro camera on Kika to record the public’s behaviour.

“The worst part is the tutting and negative comments behind me. People are so rude and arrogant and assume they can do whatever they want.”

“One lady even said I should apologise to the people behind her for holding them up. I asked her if I should apologise for being blind and she said – Yes!”

“Sometimes I wonder who is the blind person when there are people glued to their mobile phones.”

“It really scares Kika sometimes, I can feel how upset she gets and when I get upset she senses it and she won’t go on the escalators for a few days.”

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