Not a small, not a big set

Consider a unit interval $X = [0, 1]$ endowed with Borel $\sigma$-algebra generated by the usual topology. I am looking for a measurable set $K\subseteq X$ which has a $0$ Lebesgue measure, but such that $\bigcap_{i}(K + x_i)$ is uncountable for any countable sequence of $x_i\in X$. Here the addition is cyclical, that is I assume $0.6 + 0.5 = 0.1$.

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Note that the Baire category theorem implies that if $U_n $, $n\in \Bbb {N} $ are open dense sets, then $\bigcap U_n $ is dense. In particular, the intersection is uncountable, since if it was of the form $\{x_n \mid n\} $, we could set $V_n = [0,1]\setminus \{x_n\} $ (which is open and dense), so that Baire again implies that $\bigcap U_n \cap V_n =\emptyset $ is dense, which is absurd.

Now, let $K =\bigcap U_n $ be a null set, where the $U_n$ are open dense sets. Existence of such a set can be seen as follows: Let $Q \subset [0,1]$ be countable, dense, for example $Q = \Bbb{Q} \cap [0,1]$. Then the Lebesgue measure of $Q$ is $\lambda(Q) = 0$. Thus, by outer regularity, there is for each $n \in \Bbb{N}$ an open set $U_n \supset Q$ (in particular, $U_n$ is dense in $[0,1]$) with $\lambda(U_n) < 1/n$. Then clearly, $K = \bigcap_n U_n$ satisfies $0 \leq \lambda(K) \leq \lambda(U_n) <1/n$ for all $n$, so that $K$ is a null set as desired.

Note that a cyclic shift is a homeomorphism of the unit interval. Thus,

\bigcap_i K+x_i = \bigcap_{i, n} (U_n +x_i)
Is uncountable (as seen above) since it is a countable intersection of open dense sets.