Reported in the Daily Telegraph (no link again!) and which seems to be a 'cut-and-paste' piece of 'journalism' of what appears in the Daily Mail, is this story of a father out shopping with his son.
Do Sainsburys not employ anyone with the half a brain cell necessary to realise that simply placing the bloody bottles on the bloody conveyor belt is not proof of intent to purchase? For that to happen it would need the under-age lad to actually 'present/hand over' the money himself!
The worrying aspect is yet again we see how a quite innocent act could well land someone with a criminal record - in this case attempting to circumvent the law by purchasing alcohol for a minor.
Welcome to Stasi-Britain - thanks to Labour!
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