An Aldi client paralyzed social media with a very surprising confession about toilet paper.
Sharing on a popular Facebook page, a Perth buyer applauded the retail giant for his “stress-free” shopping experience in his local store when he made the startling revelation.
Watch the video above as the panic purchase returns – who bought all the toilet paper?
Speaking of how there was no panic in the store, he said that he had scanned only 24 rolls of toilet paper in the past five years.
He then stated that he had no plans to buy more toilet paper for the next five years, to the disbelief of many.
“Stress-free shopping in WA,” he wrote on the Aldi Fans Australia page.
“My grocery store once a week. No panic purchase of toilet paper. I have purchased a package of 24 rolls in the past five years and have no plans to purchase any for the next five years.
“All the shelves and all the products are carefully stacked and abound in special purchases. Monday morning 9 a.m. ”
The other members of the group could not believe the man’s claim.
“A pack of 24 in five years ??” asked one.
Said another: “How is it still possible?”
While some were expecting a new toilet paper storage hack, the customer revealed the secret behind his limited need for toilet paper.
“The cleaning of public toilets every two hours, so I use theirs,” he said. [It’s a] two minutes on foot. “
Although Jacob clearly has no reason to panic about buying toilet paper, other buyers have reported seeing bare shelves in their local Aldi stores.
Despite this, Aldi has not yet imposed purchase restrictions on toilet paper and other popular items.
Woolworths and Coles reinstated the limits for several items in all stores last week after the panic purchase returned to the middle of a spike in coronavirus cases.