(Seattle Post-Intelligencer) After Costco caused a flap for labeling the Bible as “fiction” last month, the Issaquah-based chain is in the news again, this time for calling Ron Burgundy’s faux memoir “non-fiction,” the Los Angeles Times reported Wednesday.

In November, a Southern California pastor was shopping at a Costco, when he noticed that the store had labeled Bibles for sale as fiction.

He tweeted a photo, caused some outrage and prompted the warehouse giant to apologize.

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