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New meaning to 'supermarket wars' as tensions flare over toilet paper

The Age Saturday, 7 March 2020
As an apparent fight over toilet paper kicked off in Sydney, Victorian Health Minister Jenny Mikakos said Victorians who contract COVID-19 and have no means to get food or supplies will get support from the Health Department.
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News video: Family makes toilet paper throne in the face of Australia's TP crisis

Family makes toilet paper throne in the face of Australia's TP crisis 00:58

This family's changing the meaning of "porcelain throne." In a hilarious mixup, this family thought they were ordering 48 rolls of toilet paper, but ended up with a delivery of 48 boxes instead.

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