Extremely unhappy with the employees and management at Fry's location at 20220 N 59Th Ave Glendale, AZ. I WAS a regular shopper at this store until Monday. On August 16 in the evening, a guest of our home (23 years old) visited this store with my daughter (20 years old) to buy a bottle of wine for our dinner. We are all aware of THE LAW and policy to check ID on anyone that looks under 30. Your employee asked for IDs from BOTH yet the adult was buying the wine. Already a strange request. Both were willing to show IDs. The doofus at the checkout took the bottle away from the ADULT and said they would not sell it to her because the adult MIGHT be buying it for the minor. This person further said this was THE LAW. LAW? That is an absolute lie. I know the LAW. There is no LAW covering this situation. It just sounds stupid if anybody says that, much less 3 people! Yep. The managers were also in on it. If she actually did that, then she would be in violation. This doofus employee seems to be making up laws. This person should be fired. They are not in the position to make assumptions. I called the store. I asked two "managers" to explain this situation. They also created this goofy scenario making up laws that don't exist. I asked them to explain the case when my wife visits with our minor daughter. Why is it then ok to buy alcohol? Their interpretation of the law fell apart and when questioned further, they became rude and stuck with the lies. There is no law covering alcohol purchases whn an adult and minor are shopping together. The adult had an ID. That is all that is required. My daughter (the minor) is well aware of the Arizona liquor laws. She has a permit to serve alcohol in a local restaurant. I am looking into filing a complaint with Arizona authorities. Not sure which one but I'll start with the attorney general. This was a case of prejudice at a minimum. You need to get this store under control. Three people in your store look stupid with their made up laws on the spot. They should have apologized for their mistake. Instead they all backed up each other's ignorance. I've been shopping there for 2 years and now I will never return. If they respond with a canned sorry message, that is not enough. If they respond with "they were just doing their job", that is not enough. If I get a personal written apology for their ridiculous actions and a commitment from Fry's that they will educate their employees on the rule of law in Arizona, MAYBE I will cautiously shop there again. In the meantime, I am spreading my experience at various websites and pursuing a complaint with state authorities. BTW. They went to another supermarket and made the purchase after showing the ID of the 23 year old. Fry's has a responsibility to follow the the law. The law it to not sell to anyone under 21. They can meet that obligation by checking IDs. The "violation" they assumed above would occur after they have met that requirement. If they really want to extend their duties to be an alcohol vigilante to the parking lot, they can witness the possible exchange and call the police. Yes, that's being facetious. Other store's employees do not attempt to create imaginary laws to boost their egos. Maybe the three employees at this location should get a job as a Mall Cop so they can wear a badge. They certainly shouldn't be in positions of customer service. I also find it interesting that NOBODY at Fry's ever responds to Google reviews. The competitor and my new go-to supermarket Safeway responds to negative and positive reviews regularly.