On Feb 14, Hong Kong actor-singer Pakho Chau discovered the right Valentine’s Day “reward” at a grocery store.
After two weeks of fruitless purchasing, he managed to purchase rest room paper, which has been wiped off from retailer cabinets by Hong Kongers amid the coronavirus outbreak.
A driver was even held up yesterday by three males outdoors a grocery store in Mong Kok.
They took away rest room paper price greater than HK$1,000 (RM533), reported Agence France-Presse.
In response to the HKET information portal, Chau, 35, lauded his neighbours for queueing up with out fuss within the retailer, praising their help for each other in troublesome occasions.
One neighbour, realizing the actor had a daughter with spouse Stephanie Chu final December, requested if he needed the sanitiser that she was desiring to pay for.
Chau declined the provide, including that his house is well-stocked with important medical gadgets and that he’s keen to share these with mates and outdated folks. – The Straits Occasions/Asia Information Community