Over 50 percent Poles are worried that there will be shortages in shops, a new survey shows.
Another Polish shop has been attacked in the Netherlands, according to a Dutch media report.
A Polish shop in Panningen in the south of the Netherlands was set on fire on Saturday night, Dutch media have reported.
Located in Warsaw’s Bielany district, Piotr Sadowski rents the videos out for 5 PLN, despite VHS being almost obsolete, and opens just five hours per day five days per week, from Monday to Friday.
From actors and politicians to tourists and locals, 79-year-old Maria Lipka has been the go-to person for hats since the 1960s. So when shoppers heard of her plight, they returned in their droves.
VIDEO: The family-run business which ‘survived the terrible times of the People’s Republic of Poland’, was swamped with customers after it issued a heart-felt plea on social media.
The Atlantic Sports Fitness Siłownia Squash Klub said they would be operating as a shop where people can go and test their equipment. Health Minister Adam Niedzielski slammed the move as “extreme selfishness.”
Produced in Poland and sold across Ireland, Joanna Zalech and Aleksandra Kiełdanowicz have now produced over 100,000 socks since starting their business just three years ago – and even the Irish PM wears them!
When customers place an order they are actually sending a secret message outlining the abuse they are suffering. Website operators then check on the sender’s wellbeing and if necessary alert the police.
A would-be armed robber got more than he bargained for when he entered a little corner shop in the northern village of Pinczyn where he was met by no-nonsense Pani Zosia.