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Coronavirus, the special edition of a newspaper, the australian, 8 pages of toilet paper
DARWIN - The revelation of toilet paper. So it has been redefined by social to the sound of the hashtag #ToiletPaperApocalypse the bizarre ride to the hoarding of the precious rolls. Strange things happen. While in Hong Kong, a gang of three people, hooded and armed with a knife, has approached to a carrier that is downloading in front of a supermarket in the neighborhood, and threatening him, they carried off 600 rolls, and an estimated value of 200 euro, Australia, but not only (also in Italy and Japan), the shelves are empty and one newspaper in the North has decided to contribute to the panic with an issue very particular.

The food is there, the water as well, missing the rolls. And Nt News, a newspaper satirist of Darwin, has decided to contribute in his own way to this bizarre deficiency. Has printed a special edition with an insert of eight pages, with the dashed lines, which can be detached and used as toilet paper. "Yes, indeed, we did," she tweeted to the Nt News by posting a mini video showing the scroll of the insert.

The mystery is perhaps solved soon. A few days ago a newspaper in american has published a list of goods essential for anyone who is forced to stay in quarantine. List drawn from the experiences of the chinese. In the first place, strange but true, he appears just the toilet paper. Second, the toothpaste. It seems that the testimonies of those who have been in isolation, have complained about more than anything else the lack of the rolls, before any other thing.

The editor of the Nt News, Matt Williams, has told the Guardian Australia that "the edition is going very well. And certainly this is not an issue of shit". "We are a newspaper known all over the world, he said, that understands the needs of its readers". Manufacturers australian toilet paper they had to increase production to meet the huge demand and the factories Kimberley-Clark are working 24 hours a day. The director-general of the Australian Bidet, Randall Cadby, said the company is flooded with calls and emails.
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