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    Hiya, i am really worried here... basically in my shop i had a customer who came in my store and i asked him for ID and he gave me an hungarian one and i asked what Julius means (for July) as i saw his year was 1991 so it was good right?!? I'm worried that if i actually messed it up?
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    Why did you need to post this when it's such simple ****ing maths :rofl:

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    Because i wasn't so sure if we have strict law on accepting UK official Identification, as i know some shops accept foreigner, some not. Plus, as you know the consequence of it, so im worried.
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    You should know store policy on what ID you'll accept - if you don't, you need training.
 
 
 
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