SPEAKING to the manager of one of the big supermarkets, the matter of panic buying came up, so I asked how many packs of toilet paper he was selling.
It was 1000 packs a day.
So let's add the two Woolies, Coles, Bernardi's and the IGAs and we get, over the past 30 days, say 100,000 packs (a conservative figure) of toilet paper sold.
There are, say, 19,000 residences in the area.
So each and every house should have a minimum five packs of toilet paper.
My house has one, and I'm sure there are many more with just that amount.
Why do you need five packs of toilet paper? Can someone please tell me?