An Australian Greek tourist was attacked in front of his family for shopping on a Sunday. The incident reportedly took place two weekends ago, after a protest against the Sunday opening of shops.
From ekathimerini.com –
Tourist attacked in Athens for shopping on a Sunday
He said he was attacked by the men upon exiting a store on Ermou Street, in Athens city center. He said on camera that “I was walking with my family, and they came near and punched me for no reason. I didn’t tell them anything, I didn’t know them. They told me ‘do not shop’.”
The incident occurred after the end of a rally by unionists and employees against the Sunday operation of stores, in front of the victim’s wife, daughter and mother-in-law.
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