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By Marty - / Tuesday 10 October 2017 13:00 / United States - Irving
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By  Lobby_Bee  |  15

I'm surprised you would even think about staying that long. I would of just said fuck this and leave after a third person saw my ID and still have doubts.

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  PenguinPal3017  |  8

I think they believed that the ID was fake because she looks so young. Since she just moved maybe it being a non-local ID added to the doubt.

By  Lobby_Bee  |  15

I'm surprised you would even think about staying that long. I would of just said fuck this and leave after a third person saw my ID and still have doubts.

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  bartsj1988  |  7

First, stores have no legal authority to detain any even if they suspect you of committing a crime. You are not required to wait until a cop arrives and have to deal with him or her. You have the right to leave. Secondly, attempting to buy alochol underage isn't a crime until you obtain possession of it. That occurs if the store completes the sale, which they are forbidden to do. Thus, no authority want so ever to stop you from leaving.

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  Cali  |  47

Hey mwildridge! We try not to repeat stories, but we make mistakes sometimes! If you found an older duplicate of this one could you message me with the details? Thanks!

By  blue_ecureuil  |  8

I don´t know how that works in your country, but over here you could sue the store for what would be called "hedonic damages". Though the trouble and money invested in doing such a pursue is not always worth it, it surely helps people do a statement, a claim that they are aware of their rights and unwilling to be exploited, in a legal form.

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There's a difference between being IDed and having people think your ID is fake. Also, 23 isn't so old that being IDed is unrealistic. I ID people at work, and I'm required to ID everyone.

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