A group of right-wingers gathered, on Sunday, in front of the 'Roma' bakery in Borca, Belgrade, demanding its closure because a former bakery employee was photographed, two years ago, gesturing the Albanian national symbol - the two-headed eagle.
The bakery was closed on Sunday, with iron bars placed across the doors and windows.
The protest walk was organised under the motto "there's no business where there's no respect," and the gathered crowd that walked from one Mon Djuraj's bakery to the other, said that gesturing the two-headed eagle was a provocation which is why Mon Djuraj must close his two bakeries.
According to N1's reporter, Borca's senior residents, as well as families with children, showed up in front of the bakery.
The organisers said they do not hate anyone, but that they find it unacceptable that a former employee who is also the owner's brother, should gesture the two-headed eagle in Belgrade.