Watch: Two Aussie Women Brawl Over Corona Scare
Many people are panicking over the Corona Virus as the MSM is making it out like it is the end of times. You can tell how bad it has become as two Australian stockpilers were arrested after they got into a fight over the common household item, toilet paper.
"Two women in Australia are facing criminal charges after being filmed in a violent altercation over toilet paper at a grocery store over amid a growing trend of people hoarding the commodity due to the ongoing global coronavirus outbreak.
Over the weekend, video of a Saturday scuffle among three women at an Australian supermarket went viral. Video posted on Twitter by Nine News Australia shows a trio of women trading blows and screaming at each other as store employees intervene.
"I just want one pack!" one woman angrily says to another, who is standing beside a shopping cart stacked to the brim with toilet paper, in the video.
"No, not one pack!" the other responds."
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#BREAKING: A scuffle broke out at a Woolworths in Chullora this morning with patrons coming to blows over toilet paper, forcing employees to intervene. Bankstown police attended the scene and no charges have been laid. #9News pic.twitter.com/9TmDAStb9D
— Nine News Australia (@9NewsAUS) March 7, 2020
"After spending hours queuing for the store to open at 7am, shoppers poured in - with the mum, 60, and daughter, 23, piling their trolley high with toilet paper.
The fight began when a third woman, 49, reportedly tried to pick up a packet of toilet paper from the mother's trolley, sparking mayhem.
After the brawl was broken up by a member of staff, the camera panned to show the mother's trolley filled to the brim with toilet paper."
"The toilet paper problem is not unique to Australia - a similar situation besieged places worse-affected by the virus, such as Singapore, Japan and Hong Kong.
Last month, armed robbers stole pallets in Hong Kong following panic-buying induced shortages there. There are reports of toilet paper buy-ups in the US as well.
In Australia, the frenzy began on the weekend after new cases of Covid-19 emerged and the first local death was reported - a 78-year-old man in Perth, Western Australia. On Wednesday a 95-year-old who died this week in Sydney also tested positive for the virus."
The Corona Virus can be dangerous to the elderly and those with immune deficiencies but otherwise, most people should be ok. This behavior is uncalled for and the media needs to let people know that this virus is not the end of the world.