Sydney store has perfect way to stop bulk buying

Staff writer
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The owner of the Redfern Convenience Store in Sydney, Hazem Sedda, has come up with the perfect way to prevent customers from bulk-buying toilet paper.

Sedda has the sought-after product priced at $3.50 a pack. Two packs, however, will set you back $99. He's also added a sign next to the product, saying, "Don't be greedy. Think of other people."

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Sedda told Storyful that customers were "taking two or three and telling me it was for their mum or sister," which he felt was perhaps not the case. The sign has had the desired effect, he said. "No one came up with two, so all the old people and all the desperate people were able to get some as well."