Three stores caught on video selling alcohol to 14-year-old burka wearing boy

Boy wearing burka while buying alcohol 
By: Ryan Lee Hall 

(Scroll down for video) The Koran prohibits Muslims from drinking alcohol, therefore, a red flag should have gone up when a fully veiled person came in to buy alcohol.

Yet, a 14-year-old boy, dressed in a full-length burka and face veil, managed to buy alcohol in three different "LCBO" liquor stores in Toronto, Canada.

The 8th grade student paid cash for the bottles of liquor. He was not asked to uncover his face, and he was not asked to show his ID as the law requires.

Ontario’s Liquor License Act requires store owners to ask for government issued photo ID such as a driver’s license in order to sell alcohol. The seller must check the ID to see if the buyer is over the legal drinking age.

The "Sun News Network" host David Menzies, has made a career out of lambasting Canada’s politically correct institutions. Menzies coordinated this stunt by taking the boy to the stores and recording the incidents. Menzies said the unopened bottles totaling just over $80 were promptly taken from the teen.

“The fact that the boy was never asked to uncover his face or show photo identification at multiple store locations reveals a deeply ingrained reluctance on the part of Canadian institutions to challenge cultural practices, even when they conflict with broader societal goals such as preventing underage drinking,” Menzies said.