Angry churchgoers plaster supermarket with protests

A branch of the Albert Heijn supermarket in ‘s-Gravendeel near Dordrecht has been plastered with protest pamphlets after opening on a Sunday.

The pamphlets urge shoppers to boycott the store because it is opening on Sunday. Instead, they should shop in stores which respect Sunday as a day of rest, the protestors say.

The supermarket opened last Sunday and plans to continue to do so.

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