Five businesses face fines and the possible loss of their beer permit after Metro police cited them for selling beer to an undercover underage teen. The operation conducted by Metro police's youth services officers in conjunction with the Metro Beer Board and The Nashville Prevention Partnership sent an underage girl into 30 businesses. The minor attempted to buy beer and if asked for identification showed her real ID along with her real birthday. Clerks at R&R Drive-in on Jefferson Street, Lulu's Discount Tobacco on DB Todd, Paul's Market on Jefferson Street, Shell on Highway 100 and Kwik Sak on South Hamilton were cited. The clerks face misdemeanor charges for selling alcohol to a minor. The business owners also face a fine. Nashville's News 2 went to the businesses police cited over the weekend. Only the owner of the Kwik Sak agreed to comment about the operation. Samuel Riyad was not at his store on South Hamilton when the minor came in, but his employee told him what happened shortly after he was cited. "It was Friday night at six or seven o'clock and my employee checked the I.D.," he said. "He has astigmatism and he read the 95 as 85, so it was a mistake." Riyad said he reviewed video surveillance that confirms his employee checked the girls' ID before selling her beer. He plans to fight the fine against him at a beer permit board hearing. "They will find out from my record that we have been there for six years and it never happened to us." Riyad said. "It's the first time and I hope it will be our last time." Riyad did not fire his employee for selling the beer to a minor. "If he didn't check the ID, I would fire him immediately but I have a record from the camera that shows he asked the person for the I.D," he said. The beer board is scheduled to meet for the next time on October 10 at 11:30 a.m. at the Howard Office Building located at 800 Second Avenue South.