Couple Id’ed For Fireman Sam

A couple were left stunned after supermarket staff refused to sell them a children’s DVD – because they didn’t have any ID. Dozy checkout operators refused to allow Ian Jackson, 24, and Kirsty Smith, 19, buy a Fireman Sam DVD for their son Leo’s birthday – claiming they needed to prove they were over 25. Staff at Sainsbury’s in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs, refused to let the couple buy the £4 gift for Leo’s second birthday.

A couple were left stunned after supermarket staff refused to sell them a children's DVD - because they didn't have any ID. Dozy checkout operators refused to allow Ian Jackson, 24, and Kirsty Smith, 19, buy a Fireman Sam DVD for their son Leo's birthday - claiming they needed to prove they were over 25. Staff at Sainsbury's in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs, refused to let the couple buy the £4 gift for Leo's second birthday.

A couple were left stunned after supermarket staff refused to sell them a children's DVD - because they didn't have any ID. Dozy checkout operators refused to allow Ian Jackson, 24, and Kirsty Smith, 19, buy a Fireman Sam DVD for their son Leo's birthday - claiming they needed to prove they were over 25. Staff at Sainsbury's in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs, refused to let the couple buy the £4 gift for Leo's second birthday.

A couple were left stunned after supermarket staff refused to sell them a children's DVD - because they didn't have any ID. Dozy checkout operators refused to allow Ian Jackson, 24, and Kirsty Smith, 19, buy a Fireman Sam DVD for their son Leo's birthday - claiming they needed to prove they were over 25. Staff at Sainsbury's in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs, refused to let the couple buy the £4 gift for Leo's second birthday.

A couple were left stunned after supermarket staff refused to sell them a children's DVD - because they didn't have any ID. Dozy checkout operators refused to allow Ian Jackson, 24, and Kirsty Smith, 19, buy a Fireman Sam DVD for their son Leo's birthday - claiming they needed to prove they were over 25. Staff at Sainsbury's in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs, refused to let the couple buy the £4 gift for Leo's second birthday.