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SAN BERNARDINO, OCTOBER 29: Shipping orders go by on a conveyor belt at Amazon's San Bernardino Fulfillment Center October 29, 2013 in San Bernardino, California. Amazon's 1 million square-foot facility in the hard hit San Bernardino County has created more than 800 jobs at the center. Fulfillment centers are where products sold by other vendors on store their inventory. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

An Amazon delivery driver refused to give a customer a bottle of wine that was delivered to her because she did not have ID.She is 92 years old. A grandson bought his grandmother a bottle of Harvey’s Bristol Cream Sherry. His 92 year old grandmother does not drive nor does she have a passport so she has no ID. Amazon’s policy states that valid photo ID and a signature from the recipient are required upon the delivery.

The grandson is so frustrated with the situation that he has requested a refund and will deliver the bottle to his grandmother himself.

How do you feel about getting carded when it is clear you are over 21 years old?