Riots have erupted in French supermarkets, with violent scenes as shoppers fought each other to grab the bargain discounted Nutella. Barely a word against the corrupt EU, but civil unrest to save £2 on choccy.
The Intermarché chain of supermarkets offered a whopping 70% discount on Nutella, bringing the price down from €4.50 (£3.90) to €1.40.
France, rather lazy when it comes to protesting against Merkel, is incredibly volatile over choccy prices. Police were called when people began fighting and pushing one another.
— Kenny LeBon (@kennyLebon) January 25, 2018
“They are like animals. A woman had her hair pulled, an elderly lady took a box on her head, another had a bloody hand,” one customer told French media.
A member of staff at one Intermarché shop in central France told the regional newspaper Le Progrès: “We were trying to get in between the customers but they were pushing us.”
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