The controversy shakes again decathlon —subsidiary of the French group Mulliez— after the complaint from a client via Twitter in which he censured that the firm had refused to stamp a estelada in a t-shirt.
As stated Esther Moralesstore staff “refused to print the photo on a T-shirt and You can’t even imagine the treatment and rudeness. I will not return!”, as evidence on his social network.
The reactions have not been slow to flood Twitterconverting to decathlon in trend before avalanche of comments about it. Asked by another user about the motive offered by store staff so as not to stamp the garment, Morales answers that “it is an ideological image”.
Dozens of users have reacted to the refusal of the signature manifesting a boycott of itwhile many others applauded the denial of the Decathlon staff.
“They are fascists and Catalanophobes. In the Platja d’Aro Decathlon they never serve you in Catalan, nor do they understand you,” protests a user. “Point for Decathlon, they have gained a client“replies another.
The debate has also transcended the political scalewell Enric Nomdedéu, Autonomous Secretary of Occupationhas expressed in a tweet that “in Castelló de la Plana all the staff speak Valencian, which is very unusual”.
At the moment, from the French firm have not spoken.