A blind shopper says she has had toilet paper stolen from her trolley by cruel coronavirus hoarders.
Casey Hyde, from Melbourne, Australia, is urging people to be more considerate during the pandemic and think of those who are vulnerable.
She said: “Because we cannot see, people are stealing from us.
“Please consider other people who are disadvantaged because we can’t get food because we don’t have cars.”
Casey was speaking out after Australian supermarkets, including Coles and Woolworths, introduced special shopping hours for the elderly and vulnerable.
They will be able to shop between 7am-8am, before the stores open to the general public.
UK supermarkets have also introduced new measures – including limits on the number of items people can buy.
Tesco has introduced a five-item limit on a number of items including pasta, anti-bacterial wipes, gels and sprays, and long-life milk until further notice.
The grocer told Mirror Money this list is being “continuously reviewed”.
Morrisons has imposed restrictions on cleaning products – with bleach now capped at six per person and two for hand sanitisers.
A post on the Morrisons website, explains: “You may notice that delivery slots for our online groceries service are becoming less readily available as demand for home deliveries increases.
“We’re working hard to facilitate as many orders as we can, however please be aware that you may need to book your slot further in advance than usual.
“You will also discover that there is a maximum order number on selected products so we can make sure our customers still have access to essential products.”
Aldi has restricted all items in its store to four units per person.
The budget chain tweeted to say it had seen an “unprecedented demand” across its range and its wants to make all of its customers can purchase everything.
It added: “All our stores remain open and continue to serve our valued customers. We have good product availability and our colleagues are working tirelessly to restock and replenish shelves as quickly as they can.”