Whether it is attacking people over Chicken McNuggets, fries, burgers, or something wrong that is wholly unclear, McDonalds often demonstrates highly degenerate American behavior by way of her clientele for the world to see. According to Business Insider, McDonalds corporate has been ordering restaurants to unlock bathroom doors in spite of the fact that clientele are stealing toilet paper rolls from the stalls because of the American desire to hoard the product.
McDonald’s leadership warned franchisees against closing bathrooms due to toilet paper theft amid the coronavirus outbreak.
In an internal US systemwide call regarding the coronavirus on Monday, McDonald’s chief supply chain officer Marion Gross said that some McDonald’s locations had locked their bathrooms after people were stealing toilet paper.
On the call, a recording of which was obtained by Business Insider, Gross reminded franchisees that most restaurants are required to keep their bathroom open by law. Further, she said, McDonald’s has sufficient supplies of toilet paper.
Stores have been facing toilet paper shortages amid the coronavirus outbreak. Retailers such as Walmart have started limiting the number of high-demand items like toilet paper that can be purchased at some physical locations.
While McDonald’s is not limiting customers’ access to toilet paper, the fast-food giant is controlling the allocation of antibacterial hand soap, hand sanitizer and dispensers, and other cleaning products, Gross said on Monday. (source)
Toilet paper is the wrong thing to buy up right now.
Think food, or tools. Simple things like aluminum foil, duct tape, vaseline, and peroxide are good things too.
People have wiped their bottoms with things other than toilet paper for thousands of years.
Running out of Charmin, Quilted Northern, or the generic store brand paper is not an emergency.
But food and medicine or major repairs is.