AH plastered because of Sunday rest
In 's-Gravendeel, near Dordrecht, angry churchgoers plastered a branch of Albert Heijn with pamphlets. They call on customers to stop shopping there, because the supermarkets will be open on Sundays from now on.This past Sunday the Albert Heijn was open on Sunday for the first time, much to the annoyance of some church goers, who feel the branch manager should adhere to the Sunday rest.
People are called upon to do their shopping in stores that do respect the Sunday rest, according to the angry churchgoers. The pamphlets also state that the boycott will only be canceled if the supermarket in 's-Gravendeel remains closed on Sundays.
The Facebook page of the grocery store shows a response to the plaster campaign: 'Hopefully they are captured nicely by camera images, so we can plaster them in the media without any respect for privacy.'