LCBO / rude employees
On july 8, 2017, my sister (30 years old) was being helped by my daughter (20 years old) to put the purchases on the counter to be cashed out. The cashier asked my daughter for her id, which she did not have on her, that because she handled the bottles. She denied them service due to this "policy". We have never experienced this anywhere else so if its a policy it should be enforced everywhere and all times, not just when they feel like. My big issue is that I then walked in with sister, my daughter was not there, some wannabe tough kid said that they would still not serve us unless my daughter came in with id. I did not see the sense in this at all and this kid was extremely rude and I feel like we were targeted. There is no reason why I could not purchase when I had my id and so did my sister. I would like to know how that was justified and what will be done about this. That cocky attitude is unacceptable. I can understand policy but then deny me service is uncalled for. I think the kid was trying to prove some kind of point and needs to cut that little attitude. And again, if you have a policy, then enforce it always and all locations. I expect to hear back about this.