Actually, no. It's the demo disc. If that's rated 18 or contains un-rated content, they have to ID you. It's part of this "Not supplying games to people under the advertised age" thing that we're so keen on here. As for the Bank account, with Lloyds at least, they require you to answer some security questions, and confirm personal details before they let you do anything with your account. When you open the account you prove who you are, and set up some security questions so you don't need ID to deal with your account. As for The Sun.. I didn't count that as a valid publication, what with how god awful everything in that paper is. I genuinely don't know how they get away with that one.