At no cost to the tax payer I assume, I …

Comment on Cops at bottle shops: expensive bluff? by Bob Taylor.

At no cost to the tax payer I assume, I was asked similar questions by an employee of a bottle shop in Port Augusta who entered the details of our purchase in a note book and was obviously enforcing the SA legislation.
No need for a POSI there, it would appear that the responsibility and cost of enforcing the SA Liquor Act is absorbed by the licensee.

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