Toilet paper has crept back onto supermarket shelves across the country as the worst of the panic buying seems to have slowed down.
Now it seems those who led the charge are trying to head to the returns counter of shops, in an effort to get their money back.
But one supermarket owner is having none of it.
WATCH: Drakes Supermarkets boss slams panic buyer. Post continues after video.
Drakes Supermarkets director, John-Paul Drake, told his YouTube channel he had a customer last week try to get a refund on 150 packets of 32 rolls of toilet paper and 150 units of one litre hand sanitiser.
“I told him that (puts up his middle finger). That is the sort of person who is causing the problem,” he said.
The chain – which has 50 stores across South Australia and Queensland – has been hit hard by the panic buying in recent weeks and months.
“We’ve sold eight months of toilet paper in four weeks… a year’s supply of flour in nine days,” explained the supermarket owner.
“And we’re all in the same boat, it’s not one supermarket that’s missing out, it’s every single one.”