Melbourne Grand Prix Punters Urged To Bring Own Toilet Paper

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With the 2020 F1 Australian Grand Prix less than a week away, organisers have asked anyone still thinking about turning up to bring their own toilet paper, after the entire country decided the secret to surviving coronavirus is to build a toilet roll fort in their living room, for some reason. 

The Waterton Sports Chronicle spoke to the Australian Grand Prix Corporation’s Head of Wastewater Services, Trevor Krapper, who explained the situation. 

“Basically we’ve got all the toilet blocks up and running no worries, but we’ve been caught a bit short with the toilet paper to be honest. We’ve tried every supermarket in Melbourne this morning with no luck.”. 

Krapper told this reporter his team were now door-knocking the local area to see if anyone was willing to give up a couple of rolls to help out. 

“We haven’t had much luck really. People have been really, like, really hostile.”. 

“But if anyone is coming to the race next weekend we just ask them to consider donating a couple of rolls off their toilet roll fort to help us out.” he added. 

More to come.