ironman wrote:Ha. That reminds me of a time back in high school when my buddy and I went to buy a keg of beer. He had this ID he found of some 22-year old guy that looked just like him. Anyway, the customer service guy looks at the ID and figures out its not him, so he tells us to wait there while he calls security. We try to bolt but two managers stop us at the door.
So we end up in the loss-prevention office awaiting the police to arrive. When they get there one of the officers takes a look at the ID and it recognizes the guy as her frickin' cousin! Just a funny coincidence.
Oh yeah, we got off on a warning. My buddy was heading to basic training for the army in a couple weeks and the other cop was in the Army Rangers. He opted to let us go since charging him would've created a lot of red tape in getting him to basic training on time.
We then proceeded to the Kum & Go that never ID's people and bought 5 cases of beer. Ahh, to be 17 and stupid again!
Nice Ironman! Niiiice! You guys got totally lucky on that one