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A row of coronavirus toilet paper in western Sydney and Woolworths holds two women accused

Two Sydney women were accused of a physical altercation on toilet paper, which occurred at a supermarket in western Sydney on Saturday morning.

He said that two women went to Bankstown Police Station at about 8:00 pm. Then they received court notices of help about the quarrel.
The plot was captured on video and since then has been viewed over 4 million times on social networks and featured on news all over the world.

Begin with the two rival women in the Woolworths Hall in Cholora on Saturday morning, before a seemingly clerk man enters.

“I just want a bundle,” a woman says to the other woman and her mother.

"No, not a bundle," the woman's mother answers, protecting her cart full of toilet paper.
A third sound is heard asking "What is the limit?" , In a clear sign of limiting the amount of toilet paper that can be purchased in a single transaction, imposed by supermarkets this week.

The shelves of many supermarkets were stripped last week while shoppers stockpiled items due to the spread of the Coruna virus.

Acting Inspector Andrew New, the officer in charge of the Bankstown police area, said on Saturday that supplies are being replenished and there is no need to panic.

"There is no need for people to go out and buy panic in supermarkets, paracetamol, canned food or toilet paper," the new temporary inspector said.

"It's not Thunderdome, it's not Mad Max, we don't need to do that."