Centerplate, the company that provides concessions for the 49ers' Levi's Stadium and the Giants at AT&T Park, is doing damage control after a surveillance video went public showing its CEO, Desmond Hague, kicking a dog. Now the sports catering giant has announced that it will discipline Hague, but is it enough considering he's keeping his big bucks salary and title?

The alleged abuse incident, which occurred in July in Vancouver, only came to light last week, as U-T San Diego reports, and authorities identified the suspect as Hague.

In the video, which we don't recommend watching, a man is shown kicking, intimidating, and yanking the leash of a small dog he's taken into an elevator. The dog looks terrified.

Though many statements have been issued, no contracts have been canceled by the 300 plus venues for which Centerplate caters.

Here's Hague's statement, per Niners Nation:

"I take full responsibility for my actions. This incident is completely and utterly out of character and I am ashamed and deeply embarrassed. Under the circumstances of the evening in question, a minor frustration with a friend's pet caused me to lose control of my emotional response. Unfortunately, I acted inappropriately, and I am deeply sorry for that and am very grateful that no harm was caused to the animal."

The 49ers' statement attempts to keep the focus on the new stadium and off Hague, per ESPN:

"The San Francisco 49ers organization condemns the abuse of animals and was disturbed to learn of the recent news regarding Des Hague. We believe his actions are not reflective of the efforts and service provided by the hundreds of Centerplate employees working to present our fans with a tremendous experience at Levi's Stadium."

Lastly Centerplate issued the below statement, per ESPN, followed by a press release, which you can read at Niners Nation:

"Centerplate does not condone the mistreatment of animals by any of its employees. Mr. Hague has agreed to attend counseling to address his anger management issues and has publicly expressed he is deeply ashamed and remorseful for his behavior. He has apologized to everyone directly involved as well as to the company's clients and employees, and has pledged a significant, personal, multiyear financial commitment to help support the protection and safety of animals."

The press release states that Hague will be put on probation, must donate $100,000 toward an animal foundation, and do 1,000 hours of community service.

If you're still pissed off (and you should be), Niners Nation suggests bringing your own food to AT&T Park and Levi's Stadium. And besides, our sports writer Daisy says the Levi's Stadium food was "horrible" on her first visit.

[U-T San Diego]
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