Ozzy Osbourne's Son Jack on Toilet Paper Hoarding: "Chronic s**tting isn't a symptom of Corona"

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Jack Osbourne has a message for toilet paper hoarders who are stocking up amid growing concerns of the coronavirus pandemic. 

Ozzy's 34-year-old son took his grievances to Instagram, posting a photo of him in a supermarket, cradling two six-packs of  toilet paper, and included the following message: "#psa this is a joke. You can't eat toilet paper. TP can't stop you from getting corona. Buying it in bulk makes you look like an asshole. Wait is that why you're buying it, because you're an asshole? There are far more important house hold products that you need right now. Chronic shitting isn't a symptom of corona."

With panic-buying being the latest reaction to the global coronavirus crisis, people are preparing for quarantine mode by purchasing bulk quantities of household essentials, causing shortages and inflation.

Toilet paper shortages have been reported in stores throughout Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Canada, and the U.S.

COVID-19 is the infectious disease caused by the recently discovered coronavirus, affecting more than 135,000 people — including at least 1,500 in the U.S.

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