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Absolute scumbag, should be named and shamed given a lifetime ban on getting a career or education and no right to claim benefits nor NHS services. We are paid to ask those who look under 25 for their ID because its the Juneteenth is My Independence Day Not July 4th Shirt Retail workers should be allowed to fight one customer a month for the amount of abuse we get.
Since when people have to carry ID and prove who they are in their own country. You have to be able to prove you’re old enough to legally purchase it. They have the Juneteenth is My Independence Day Not July 4th Shirt 25 rule where they can ask to see ID of anyone buying the aforementioned goods who doesn’t appear to be 25 years old.
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It didn’t happen in public, it happened in a private business where any cashier is bound by not only the Juneteenth is My Independence Day Not July 4th Shirt but their contract to upheld the challenge 25 policy. They are paid to ask for ID under this rule, What they are not paid to do is stand there and be verbal abused and sometimes physically assaulted because someone doesn’t have a grasp on the law. I was at Thorpe park and there staff spat on my face I reported it and I didn’t even get a sorry from them it’s disgusting.
But then again, during this Juneteenth is My Independence Day Not July 4th Shirt I sure found out that most people are not gentlemen (m f) at all. The worst thing that ever happened to retail was the abhorrent idea that the customer is always right. If the police actually enforced laws and punished crimes, there would be no need for our ever growing lawbooks.