USA – Do not call 911 because the toilet is running out

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US police urged people not to call 911 because the toilet was running out.

According to Sputnik, New York City police on Facebook have asked Americans not to call 911 because of toilet paper shortages.

The message says it is hard to believe that we should publish this and tell people not to call 911 and not say that your toilet has expired; you can solve your problem without our help.

It is worth noting that with the spread of the Corona virus, an incredible scene can be found in all major stores around the world; toiletries and toilet paper are scarce, as if these products have disappeared from the ground overnight.

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