A woman is demanding a complimentary bottle of wine from Tesco after she was forbidden from buying alcohol for her daughter.
Catherine O'Callaghan, 47, went into the supermarket in Halifax with her daughter Niamh but when she went to pay, the cashier refused to serve her as her 17-year-old child didn't have any ID, the Metro has reported.
And the mother has since taken to social media to open up about the incident.
She said: ''I just left my shopping on the till and took my four bags for life with me. I had to abandon the whole shop.
''So, what are they saying, I can't buy alcohol just because I'm with a 17-year-old? It just doesn't make sense to ban parents just because they're with a child.
''They offered me an apology but it just wasn't good enough. If my daughter was 'dressed up' and I was getting alcopops I'd understand it, but it was a bottle of rosé with a full shop.''