SHOPPERS are frantically stockpiling toilet roll and forming huge queues at Costco.
Footage shows people flooding the warehouse store in Farnborough, Surrey and piling trolleys full of toilet roll as coronavirus panic grips the nation.
According to the store, they are now "running short" on water, and the stockpiling has forced them to limit buyers to one toilet roll each.
The video, posted to Twitter by Adam Clark, shows chaos in the Costco in Farnborough, Surrey as people scramble to shove toilet roll into packed trolleys.
Other scary photos show empty shelves at an Asda in Clapham, London as hand sanitiser and toilet roll have sold out.
Sales of hand sanitiser jumped 225 per cent in February over fears of the outbreak.
Shoppers have also spotted hand sanitiser which costs 50p in Lidl for sale on eBay for £40.
Brits have started to stockpile household items like toilet roll, pet food, hand sanitiser, pasta, rice, nappies – and booze.
Ocado has warned of delivery delays due to an influx of "particularly large orders" amid coronavirus fears.
Health experts have advised people buy necessary supplies to last them two weeks incase they do have to self-isolate.
The news comes after a brawl broke out in an Australian supermarket aisle after a pair of panicking shoppers cleared the shelves of loo roll.
Three women were filmed slugging it out inside a Woolworths store in Chullora near Sydney as the coronavirus meltdown takes grip in the country.
It's reported the fight was sparked when a mother and daughter were spotted grabbing the last rolls in stock.The shocking clip shows one woman pulling the hair of another during the heated bust up.
One yells: “I just want one packet.”
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