"The problem is that some people are buying a lot more toilet paper than they normally do and more than they need to".
Empty tissue shelves as an Australian supermarket.
Another woman, who is in possession of a trolley packed with toilet paper, replies "No, not one packet", before two supermarket workers intervene to break up the argument.
The woman was not injured and no arrests were made, however police now want to interview the other woman involved in the altercation.
It's the second such incident to result in charges being laid, after a man in Tamworth, Australia allegedly assaulted staff, a customer, and then police over the lack of toilet paper available in the local Big W store.
"No - not one pack", the 60-year-old mother of the pair said sternly in the video viewed more than 200,000 times after being tweeted Saturday by 9News.
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Coles on Sunday introduced a further limit of one pack per customer, per shop, after restricting purchases to four packs on Thursday.
And while actress Jackie O even coined the tag #screwyoudoomsdaypreppers as she complained about the scarcity of toilet paper in stores, singer Sophie Monk took part in an impromptu photoshoot involving quite a few rolls of precious TP. "Territorians ... are in great need of toilet paper right now so we had to deliver what they needed".
'We are restricting the bulk purchases of essential items per customer, such as toilet paper, ' the supermarket said in a sign hung at stores across the country.
Woolworths told the station it was working with the police.
New South Wales state police acting inspector Andrew New said: "We just ask that people don't panic like this when they go out shopping".
Australia just isn't the one nation to have seen panic buying because the virus continues to unfold.