On the evening of Nov 26, I called my 25 year old son and asked him to run by the store to purchase a bottle of wine for me. I am currently limited to traveling due to a broken foot. So he stopped by Food City in Chatsworth Ga while he was out with his girlfriend to get it for me. He got the wine off the shelf and he carried it to the register. He was asked for ID and presented it. At first the girl looked at the date wrong and tried to refuse him, but then realized her mistake.But then she asked his girlfriend for her id. Now she is also 25 years old, but did not have an ID with her. Why in the world would you ask everyone that walked into the store with him for their ID? So when she refused to sell it to them, my son asked for manager. Brian Wattenburg, asst mgr, also refused to sell it. This is the most rediculous policy I have ever heard. Just so you know, my son and his girlfriend rarely ever drink and had NOT been drinking that night. So is this some sort of profiling or judgement call that your staff does? I called to talk to Brian Wattenburg after this incident, and questioned this. I explained how I have to depend on my 20 and 25 year old to go to the stores for me due to my broken foot right now, and I gave him a scenario that if I had sent my two kids into the store to purchase my groceries and also a bottle of wine, and only the 25 year old touched the wine and made transaction...would you decline the purchase? He said he would! Well you have lost a Food City customer due to this, but obviously you don't care too much or you would not be so willing to turn down our sales in the first place. There are too many other choices out there for us to be insulted, treated like we are trying to break a law or have our transactions refused. Well, he went down the street to the liquor store and had no issues, with his girlffiend by his side. And they could not even believe that food city refused that sale for that reason. Keep offending your customers in this manner and you wont have any left. You have certainly lost our family business and I DID give you alot.