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WATCH | Man exploits the #ToiletPaperEmergency for a good cause

We’ve found the first and only good thing to come out of #ToiletPaperEmergency.

As Australians lose their minds panic buying toilet paper from supermarkets, one customer thought he’d exploit the madness for good.

Auctioneer Damien took a rare bulk pack of Kleenex TP down to Woolworths at Double Bay, in Sydney’s affluent eastern suburbs.

He set up in the forecourt and got the bidding underway.

 

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Money News host Janine Perrett walked past a huge crowd, wondering what was going on.

She arrived just as the hammer went down, with the white, papery gold selling for a whopping $1000 and all the money going to charity!

The charity of the buyers choice was Kids Giving Back and Damien tells Deborah Knight he has matched the $1000, raising a total of $2000.

“One of my taglines was ‘double ply, Double Bay, double pay.'”

The world is still going mad… but at least it’s not all bad.

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