A Times correspondent advised that during a trip to the post office for some purchases, when paying with his credit card he also produced five nuisance pound coins and asked the young female simpleton serving him to exchange them for a five-pound note.
“Can’t do it”, she advised.
“Why ever not?”, the fellow asked.
“It’s against the money laundering laws”, she said.
This is surely yet another example of the cell-phone brain rot evident everywhere with the young.