A subset $E$ of $\mathbb R$ is said to contain arbitrarily long arithmetic progressions, if for every natural $n$, there exists $a, d \in R, d$ nonzero, such that $a + kd$ is in $E$ for all natural $k \leq n$.

Does every measurable subset of $\mathbb R$ of non zero Lebesgue measure contain arbitrarily long arithmetic progressions?