At some point one gets tired of citing Black Mirror, tv series on a disturbing future easily overcome by the present as regards unwanted and unpredictable factsworthy of a Lansdale novel. Like shopping from Zadar. One enters, looks, tries what he has chosen, pays and leaves. And if there are rules to be followed due to the pandemic, respect them. It would seem easy. It happens instead of in one of the Zara outlets in Zaragoza, in Spain, to a girl is prevented from entering the dressing room with more than a number of bosses, because that’s what the anti-covid rules say. It happens that from there to the unleashing of a big fight is a matter of a moment. The 30-year-old is asked to come in with 4 heads. She is not there and throws them indignantly at the clerk. Other women attended the scene. Those who have been to Zara do not forget the queue to enter the Zara dressing rooms: a bit like ‘the rules of the Fight Club’ they prefer not to talk about it but they know what it is. Queues probably now downsized post pandemic but once long something less than the Great Wall of China. And she is one of the ladies, a woman in her fifties, waiting for her turn to try on the clothes that “unleashed hell”: she turned to the young woman pointing out her rudeness and arrogance. As in a clapperboard of Sergio Leone, the two found themselves on the ground: slaps, punches, hair pulling. It is at this point in the fight that a third woman, 60 years old, tried to intervene but nothing to do: kicks and punches to her too. What to do? The local police, of course. The agents intervened and accompanied the women to the Montecelo hospital, where they were visited. Then, exchange of complaints. For a handful of Tsar’s clothesto.