Tuesday, August 27, 2013
So BN1 headed back to Canada this morning, bought gin for his GF, and promptly had it confiscated as he 'transited' in Auckland.
Now Sydney Airport would have known his intended itinerary because of their obsessive need to see a boarding pass in conjunction with any duty free purchase.
Why didn't they mention the foreseeable confiscation to him?
How can the ACCC be happy with such practice?
Or is the airport absolved from Australian Consumer Law responsiblities as well as ATO ones.
Seems very anti-consumer to me...in fact downright mean...in fact quite a racket
Shame on you, Sydney Airport