In a “Nisa” branch in Stoke, England, the owner there has decided to set an example before the European Championship final of the “Three Lions” against Italy. He (supposedly) stopped selling Italian products such as pasta, pizza, tomato sauces, etc. “We at Nisa take football very seriously,” wrote shop owner Avtar on Facebook about the above pictures with the locked shelves and freezers containing the products from Italy are located. “Nothing Italian is sold. Go England! It’s coming home,” the shop owner continued in his post – but later clarified in the “Birmingham Mail”: The action was a gag that went viral on social media. Of course, customers can still buy Italian products in his shop.