My thanks to Curmudgeon for alerting us to this story of utter Twattery (ooh...David Cameron's "banned" word!) from the supermarket aisles of Tesco.
Roy Downie, who is disabled, was attempting to buy a bottle of wine at Tesco Portsmouth. He was with his 16 year old daughter (Holly), who helps him carry shopping, because he needs assistance to get it back to his car.
The staff at Tesco refused to serve Mr Downie, because (yes, that's right) they decreed that he may be buying the wine for his daughter.
Mr Downie had to go back to the store, later on his own and buy the wine, and carry it back in the bag between his teeth.
No member of staff from Tesco bothered to help him.
Tesco, well deserving of my rare but highly prestigious "Knobheaded Twats of The Millennium" Award.
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