An Australian newspaper has recently printed extra pages to be used as toilet paper after coronavirus fears triggered panic among customers prompting them to bulk buy supplies, leaving some supermarket shelves bare.
The video shows one woman pulling the hair of another during a heated physical altercation over a packet of toilet paper.
"Our supplies will come in tomorrow (Tuesday), if it arrives and I'll probably restrict it to one pack per customer", he said.
A 49-year-old women was allegedly assaulted in the incident.
Regardless of the potential outbreak, Ms Hanson doesn't believe toilet paper should be stockpiled.
Coles is running full-page ads in newspapers to introduce a limit on toilet paper, following widespread panic-buying.
NSW Police Acting Inspector Andrew New says investigations are now underway, though no arrests have been made. It's not Mad Max.
Police have since charged the two women, aged 23 and 60, following the alleged dispute.
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It didn't take long for a shopper to share the sassy note on social media after sighting it in Aldi's Maroubra store, declaring it the "best sign ever".
Aldi Loganholme is completely out of toilet paper with stocks on order.
"Look at what you're doing" over some "tissues", one of the Woolworths workers can be overheard saying.
TOILET paper shortages across Brisbane and southeast Queensland hit critical levels at the weekend with many supermarkets sold out and unable to restock.
"We will not tolerate violence of any kind from our customers in our stores", a spokesperson said.
A mother and daughter are seen with a trolley full of jumbo packs of toilet rolls.
Coles, the Australian supermarket store, also released a statement that promised that the emptied aisles would be restocked as quickly as possible.