Many supermarkets around the world have experienced a toilet paper shortage in March 2020 due to the current health crisis and some businesses are taking this as an opportunity to give their consumers a helping hand. In Australia, for example, NT News--a paper "known for its cheeky headlines"--has thoughtfully left eight pages blank in one daily edition with the hopes of helping those who are running low on supplies.
Amid the highly anxious times that have created a toilet paper shortage in supermarkets, among many other things, NT News' approach is one that can not only be quite useful but one that brightens up the spirits of those who come in contact with the gesture. Many readers deemed the stunt "an act of genius."
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