They had been for a run and called in to the supermarket on their way home so one could buy a bottle of wine.
They were both 25, the one buying the wine had a licence to prove that but the woman serving her wasn’t going to let her buy the wine because her friend didn’t have any proof of age with her.
Surely, if she’d been going to supply someone under 18 with alcohol the minor wouldn’t have been at the counter with her.
And what happens if parents are buying alcohol with their children in tow?
Is this what the law requires or is the supermarket being over cautious?