Notwithstanding any other provision of this code, if a customer has entered a package
store during hours in which the package store may sell alcohol and is still in the
store at the time the hours of legal sale end, the permittee may allow the customer
to remain in the store for a reasonable amount of time to finish shopping, and the
permittee may sell an alcoholic beverage to that customer even though the sale occurs
after the designated end of the hours of legal sale.
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