Australians have been left divided on social media after a picture of emerged of a van carrying a load full of toilet paper.
The toilet paper-laden van was spotted heading north on Sydney’s M1 motorway.
Australians were quick to share their outrage and quickly accused the van driver of hoarding supplies.
Australians have been left divided on social media after a picture of emerged of a van carrying a load full of toilet paper
‘I still haven’t been able to buy toilet paper since this started, I’m pissed off,’ wrote one listener on Facebook.
‘They are profiteering by selling it on eBay,’ another said.
The sighting was shared by a listener on Ray Hadley’s 2GB morning radio show.
Meanwhile others pointed out it could be a commercial vehicle delivering supplies to those in need.
‘I saw on Facebook that Quilton were donating to charities. Maybe he has picked up supply for a charity,’ one said.
Others believed it could be a shop owner picking up supplies to restock the shelves.
‘They might be stocking up his shop. Who knows,’ another added.
Police released images from a CCTV camera showing two men offloading toilet paper in a Woolworths storage area
It comes after police arrested one of the men they believe is responsible for looting hundreds of rolls of toilet paper from Sydney supermarkets.
A six-day manhunt has kept New South Wales police on their toes after two men were caught on camera allegedly stealing more than 500 rolls from four stores in the western suburbs.
A man was arrested after being pulled over by police on Vaugan Street in Lidcombe on Friday afternoon for his alleged involvement in the robberies.
Charges were being finalised on Friday night by New South Wales police. The other alleged offender is still on the run from police.
Source: dailymail UK