A recording, where a group of cement workers find a pile with thousands of toilet-rolls in a park, is right now on many people's lips in Australia.
the Footage went viral on Facebook about the same time Australia has been hit by a new wave of corona-hoarding exactly as it did in February.
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It writes among other news.com.au.
In the video, accusing the cement-workers, the woman, Celia Deng to have hoarded toilet paper to himself, and it was, according to the news.com.au also of the opinion that pervaded kommentarsporene on social media, where there was not brushed under the carpet in the charges against Celia Deng.
Now the australian media, however, spoken with the woman, who has got himself a bit of a shock over the massive headwinds, she suddenly ended up in because of the video. According to her, this is the story namely quite different than that which was presented on Facebook.
She tells that she had purchased many rolls of toilet paper from China in order to sell it on in its two kioskbutikker.
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She says that the three cement-workers had offered to help her carry the paper to the stores against the payment, but she refused to. Then pulled the men a camera up and began filming the now-viral recording, where she, among other things, being called a 'stupid bitch'.
She doesn't believe that the three men meant it as anything other than a joke, but the experience has taken hard on her.
- The attitude people had toward me ... I'm very sorry, and I do it never ever again. It here will be the last time, says Celia Deng to the australian media and tells that she will never again order such a large amount of toilet paper from China.
the shop owner also says that she had not had the intention to earn a lot of money on paper, and that she primarily had commissioned the home for his elderly customers, as because of the coronavirus have had problems with even to provide toilet paper.
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- Old people come here and can not provide toilet paper. A real estate agent on the other side of the street and said: 'Celia, can you get me some toilet paper?', for her husband have problems and have to take care of his dignity and will not wait in line so long to get toilet paper', so I gave her a pack of 16 toilet rolls for free, she says to the news.com.au.
- I can well understand why people say: 'the here asian woman hoard toilet paper', because the people could not buy it, and the anger was freely drain. But they don't know the story behind, she says on.