Discrimination charge and harassment at Walmart my son went to Walmart he is 25 my daughter is 18 and they were shopping buying a lot of other things my daughter went one way my son went the other my son did buy a case of Smirnoff‘s for him because he’s of the age of course my daughter was with him in the store but not with him at the time when he was getting the beer from the section at the checkout they met up together and the checkout clerk did not let him purchase the alcohol do you to my daughter being under age She did not touch the beer nor put the beer on top she was just with him purchasing her own items as well as him purchasing his own items the discrimination came when they assumed my daughter would be drinking with her brother there was a lot of other items on top of the counter Hair products make up toilet tissue Food and household items it wasn’t like it was just a six pack of Smirnoff’s I think this is wrong for the checkout clerk to assume that they were boyfriend and girlfriend and they were going to go drinking together the time was 5:30 to 6pm After my son picked her up from school
You, of course, would not have a right to a lawsuit under any circumstance since any issue was between Walmart and two adult people. Equally importantly, there is no justification for a lawsuit anyway. Walmart has, I understand, a policy of not allowing under age people to be with adults 21 or older who buy alcohol and that is what they did in this instance. In addition, you do not state that this is not their policy or that they only refused the sale to your children and not to everyone else in the same situation.
Imagine how you would feel if you came to the Baseball stadium in Seattle and had to show ID to obtain any alcohol no matter what your age is. I saw people in their 70's have to show ID.
Finally, as to your harassment claim, you cite no harassment at all beyond their refusal to sell the product and that is not harassment.
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