asda stenhousemuirrefusal of tobaccoand half bottle of whiskey

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tonight my husband of 65yrs with copd myself 64yrs and son 34yrs went to buy 1/2 bottle of white and mackays whiskey and 2 boxes of gold leaf tobacco this was mat 21.30 my husband asked my son to run into the shop as it was cold and very windy he said he would but came out 3mins later saying they would not supply him as he had no identification he has no driving licence or passport so he came and got me I went in and the girl at the desk said she could not give me the things either because I will give my son who she said was under age the drink so I went to the tills and took another 1/2 bottle the girl put it through when this jobs worthy ANGIE shouted over when there were other shoppers do not give her the drink it was refused this is the company policy The manager David was sent for saying this is the company policy . I have never been so disgusted in my life and embarrassed in front of the customers I have spent a lot in your store since it opened but now I will never go back near any stores of asda if their polices are like that many people do not have any identification but they also need to have the personnel that can tell near enough to within a 5 yr of a persons age for this I present the stenhousemuir ASDA with the JOBS WORTH HAT

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