What a pain in the buttocks.
With a new locking of coronavirus possible in Scotland, people are once again looking for toilet paper, according to the Scottish Sun.
Residents have stormed stores to store the basic necessity they made in March during the first lock, the news agency reported.
The panic comes as the nation waits for word from Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon later Tuesday on restrictions to stop the spread of the virus.
But it is not just TP that people have been looking for.
Shopper Gemma Connolly was shocked to find barren shelves in the Asda store in Govan, Glasgow.
“I was talking to a young guy who told me that a woman with a three-day-old baby was crying because she could not find powdered milk,”
“He also said that an old lady had previously been looking for a toilet roll and that there was no one left,” Connolly added. “It’s disgusting how some people behave. It’s like some kind of apocalypse is coming. ”
Among the measures that Sturgeon can announce are curfews in pubs and restaurants, rules on household meetings and restrictions on travel, according to the BBC.
Her counterparts in Wales and Northern Ireland will also join the discussion in an attempt to find a common strategy when the UK’s COVID-19 alert level was moved to 4 – meaning the virus is “high or rising exponentially.”
About 2,500 people have died from the disease in Scotland.