This People in Australia try to return his purchases

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Grocer Reportedly Shuts Down Customer Trying To Return Thousands Of TP Rolls And 150 Liters Of Sanitizer

In an April 7 video posted to YouTube, John-Paul Drake, director at Drakes Supermarkets in South Australia, shared a story about a customer who reportedly attempted to return a mass amount of toilet paper and hand sanitizer.

“I had my first customer yesterday who said he wanted to get a refund on a 150 packets of 32-pack toilet paper and 150 units of one liter sanitizer!” Drake said. “I told him [shows middle finger] that. That is the sort of person that is causing the problem in the whole country.”
Prior to telling the story about the man attempting to return his goods, Drake spoke about panic buying and hoarding, claiming that the store’s “product limits” on toilet paper, hand sanitizer, and detergent were implemented in order to allow a broader number of people access to those items.
“If everyone had just bought the things that they’d needed for their immediate short-term, we would be fine,” Drake said. “But the reality is, we’ve had so many people hoarding products and buying products that they’re never gonna use.”
The grocery store director noted “some staggering statistics,” claiming that the stores have “sold eight months of toilet paper in four weeks,” as well as “a year’s supply of flour in nine days.”
As to how the man was able to purchase so much? Drake said in a LinkedIn post: “He had a team of people buying one of each across all of our stores!”
Appearing on Sky News Australia’s “Paul Murray Live,” Drake provided more detail, claiming that EBay had allegedly shut down the man’s store, which is why he wanted to return the items in the first place. Drake repeated that claim in an interview with ABC Radio Adelaide.
On “Paul Murray Live,” the grocery store director said that “one of the big guys said we’re not gonna take anymore refunds on toilet paper and sanitizer, and we made a pact to do that as well.”

As the story gained traction, some have commented on social media wondering why Drake wouldn’t accept the returned items in order to resell them.




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