Some residents in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, are making it clear that they aren’t happy with Jeff Bezos, and are even threatening to throw eggs at the billionaire’s “superyacht.”

In a Facebook event titled “Throwing eggs at superyacht Jeff Bezos,” more than 3,000 people have plans to attend, while an additional 13,000 have an interest in doing so. The event is scheduled for June 1 at 5 p.m. and is in response to plans in the city to partially dismantle a historic bridge to allow Bezos’ yacht to travel out to sea.

The event description reads, “calling all Rotterdammers, take a box of rotten eggs with you and let’s throw them en masse at Jeff’s superyacht when it sails through the Hef in Rotterdam.” According to the New York Post, the creator of the event also said, “With this call we make our voice heard in a playful way. And I think that is going very well.”

The "superyacht," which is being built by Dutch firm Oceano not far from Rotterdam, is causing controversy because it will be the world’s largest sailing vessel and is too big to fit under the historic Koningshaven Bridge, which is known by locals as “De Hef.”

Koningshaven, which is a national monument that dates to 1878, is expected to be temporarily taken apart to allow the boat to pass through Rotterdam, and then put back together, though no official decisions have yet to be made. However, it has received severe backlash, though proponents of the project claim it is a good move to help increase the number of jobs and promote the importance of shipbuilding to that region of the country.

The New York Post reports that Bezos’ vessel, a 417-foot high super yacht called Y721, will cost about $500 million to build, and both he and Oceano have said they would foot the bill for taking apart the bridge, which was last repaired in 2016.

Bezos is the third-richest person in the world, with a net worth of $164.8 billion.