A different form of ID
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I was working one time, I don't remember how long ago, and a couple of people come over to my till to get their tickets. It's winter and the man's wearing a beanie and the woman is dressed pretty non-descript.
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A different form of ID

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I was working one time, I don't remember how long ago, and a couple of people come over to my till to get their tickets.

It's winter and the man's wearing a beanie and the woman is dressed pretty non-descript.

Anyway, the pair of them ask for tickets to see some film rated 18. And the man looks, to me, maybe 16 at a push, and the woman looks much older.

So I'm assuming she's just some Mum trying to sneak her kid into an 18 rated film (get it a lot). So I ask the guy for ID and he chuckles and asks me 'Are you serious?'

I say, 'Yessir, this films an 18 and you don't look a day over 16.'

At this point the pair of them are laughing, and I'm stood there wondering why they won't go away, and the guy says, 'I'm in my forties, I haven't been asked for ID in twenty years.

' And removes his hat.

BIG FUCKING BALD PATCH.

Suddenly, the man looks far older. Needless to say he bought a beer with his popcorn.

Ended up chatting for a while (it was a slow night) and apparently the man had to do the same thing once buying cigarettes.

I told him to have some manners and take his hat off indoors and they both just laughed and watched their movie.

Probably the nicest customers I've ever had.

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