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Woman Asks If She’s Wrong For Getting Cashier In Trouble Who Assumed That She’s Using A Fake ID

Let’s get one thing straight right away, people. We all know about leap years and leap days. It’s an extra day appearing in February every four years as the 29th day, right? Is everyone on the same page? Great! Then it should be a lot easier to read this content. Regrettably, not everyone believes in the 29th of February. They’re also being quite harsh about it. u/Independent-Low7712, a Redditor, told a dramatic anecdote of how they went to the store to get alcohol. They’ve become accustomed to providing their ID card to cashiers ahead of time because they appear to be young. One cashier, though, had a problem and the following story will tell you how that problem occurred.

They suspected the card was false after learning that the buyer was born on February 29. The cashier did something after which brought the customer to tears and was completely out of line to threaten him. Here’s the complete story in the customer’s word where he asks if he was TA for bringing the cashier in trouble. Let’s see what Redditors had to say about it.

1. Here’s how the story starts..

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2. We all know that baby face exists

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4. He hands him the ID back saying it’s fake

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5. He assumed that February 29 does not exist therefore the ID is fake

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6. The user got astonished and made the cashier understand its 29 days in February after every 4 years but he did not understand

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8. When he asks the cashier for his ID  back, he says he’s gonna cut it down

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9. The woman from the other side of the staff room raised her voice

10. When she asks what’s the shouting, the cashier tells her that he’s using a fake ID to get wine

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11. That’s when the woman tells Kevin that February 29 comes every leap year

12. Kevin says that leap years are a Greek myth upon which the woman hands the ID back to the user and apologizes

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13. The woman then asks the user to sign a statement about Kevin

14. The roommate thinks that Kevin should not have had signed the paper because now Kevin would get fired because of his confusing birthdate

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The author of the post also added an update, sharing some more details

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15. Now we know why the roommate was upset

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16. It was not a minor things, concludes the commenter and the birthdate is legit

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17. Well, some people straight away concluded that the cashier is obviously a moron.

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18. And this Reddit user said that the person who wrote the post could get the police involved if they wanted to.

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What are your thoughts on this story? do you think that the user was an a-hole by doing all this or do you think that Kevin is a j*rk? Fill in the comment section down below and keep visiting for more.

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