In the past two weeks I have witnessed 3 examples of regulations brought which punish the masses in order to protect a small number of stupid people or to deal with a situation that doesnât need dealing with but is thought to be a risk by those who donât understand how the world realy works. Clacket Lane Services on the M25 where I was proudly told by the woman in the shop how many times a week she refuses to sell Red Bull or similar products to under 16s. Apparently it is company policy although the same 15 year old can walk into the Coasta Coffee franchise 10 metres from the shop and buy a double espresso without regulation. Tescoâs in Southsea where a woman in her late forties was refused the sale of alcohol because she was accompanied by her early 20s son who did not have his passport with him. He was obviously over 18, I have a goldfish who could have judged his age and anyway it was his perfectly respectable looking mother who was doing the shopping but happened to have a bottle of wine in her basket. B & Q where they now wonât sell white spirit unless you can prove you are 21, not 18 but an arbitrary 21. White spirit is a mild irritant which cause respiratory discomfort, it contains no alcohol and provides no benefit to those stupid enough to drink or snort it beyond a headache and red eyes. Has anyone else come across poor regulation being applied by deeply unintelligent regulations recently because I seem to be surrounded by the Labour Partyâs attempts to prevent natural selection and normal people going about their lawful lives?