Girl steals toilet paper from guy after meeting him on Tinder


A video surfaced online of a man who is left in absolute shock after a girl who he invited back to his place after a Tinder date stole his toilet paper and ran off.

People are buying toilet paper in bulk and it has become a scarce resource in the wake of the Coronavirus outbreak. It’s become a kind of post-apocalyptic at shopping malls as people are literally fighting over toilet paper.

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One girl, who remains anonymous, figured she’d approach the toilet paper crisis a bit differently and instead trick wanting men into buying her drinks and then inviting her home before stealing their toilet paper and running off.

“He invited a girl over and she took our toilet paper,” one of the victims friends explains — dying of laughter — in the Snap. “She’s gone. I can’t believe it,” he added.

people hoarding toilet paper at Aldi, Australia

Tinder girl steals toilet paper because of global shortage. People buying in bulk.

The male, who seems to be in his mid 20s, is clearly annoyed at what just happened and runs to the window to see if he can still see her. His friend asks, “where did you meet her?” To which he replies, “Tinder.”

VIDEO: Girl steals toilet paper after Tinder date

His Tinder date was nowhere to be seen so the man storms to his room and slams the door behind him.

Some people are praising the girl, despite her clearly breaking the law. “She’s my hero!” One person wrote on Twitter. “Serves the idiot right,” another wrote.

Perhaps going on a Tinder date in the middle of a deadly pandemic is not the smartest idea but people should still condemn such toxic behaviour as thievery and looting seems to becoming common place in this crisis.

Many shopping centres all across San Francisco, California, USA, are being looted, and not even for the bare necessities. Things such as cosmetics, condoms, chocolates — as well as toilet paper and hand sanitise — are being blatantly stolen from stores in broad daylight.

The video below shows people casually walk into a shopping centre not even bothering to cover their faces and fill too massive shopping bags with items before walking out and hopping on a bus.

California looting blamed on ‘no arrest’ law, but Snopes says ‘no correlation’.

Many are blaming the California looting on their very liberal sanction and arrest laws. Fox news reported that was rise in shoplifting, thefts, criminal activity across state after a bill (Prop 47) was passed which prohibits the arrest of sex workers for committing serious crimes.

California Senate Bill 233, authored by Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) and coauthored by State Assembly members Bill Quirk (D-Hayward) and Laura Friedman (D-Glendale), states: “A person who is reporting a crime of sexual assault, human trafficking, stalking, robbery, assault, kidnapping, threats, blackmail, extortion, burglary, or another violent crime shall not be arrested for a crime …”

Although there has been a rise in crime since the bill has been passed it doesn’t necessarily mean there is a link between the California looting and the new law.

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