• Tourists in Greece were beaten for shopping on Sunday

  • Tourist from Australia was beaten in Athens in the eyes of his people for shopping on Sunday. This writes the newspaper Kathimerini.

    The incident occurred July 16 in the center of the Greek capital. According to the man, whose identity was not specified, he came out of one of the shops when he was attacked by four men. "I didn't tell them anything, I didn't even know them. They told me: "don't go shopping" — says the traveller.

    The victim was walking through Athens in the company of his wife, daughters and mother-in-law. According to his wife, the husband was beaten to blood. The girl fainted from the sight.

    The lady called the attackers the animals. "We're just tourists, tomorrow we return to Australia. We spend money, supporting their economies, and they (the locals approx. "Of the tape.ru") beat us. I'm definitely never coming back here," said the woman.

    In early July, economy Minister of Greece Dimitris Papadimitriou signed a law that allows shops to open on Sundays. The decision to work on a day off or not, he accepts the owner of the store.

    The act applies to shops in the centre of the Greek capital and in popular tourist areas in other cities of the Republic. This decision caused a wave of protests. It is part of a package of anti-crisis measures that the authorities of Greece must implement in exchange for financial assistance from the European Union.

    http://lenta.ru

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