Grant Denyer slams Sydney coronavirus ‘vultures’ for raiding his Bathurst supermarket
City dwellers are coming by the bus load to wipe shelves clean
Grant Denyer has slammed Sydney ‘vultures’ for raiding regional towns’ supermarkets amidst the coronavirus outbreak.
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The Dancing With The Stars host has said he witnessed a gang of coronavirus preppers 'raiding' supermarkets in his hometown of Bathurst, 200km west of Sydney.
Taking to Instagram on Wednesday, Grant ranted: 'This is crazy. We live in Bathurst and we had two busloads of people from Sydney storm the town and raid our three supermarkets. Which were already depleted.
The TV star lives in the regional town with his wife Chezzi, and daughters, Scout and Sailor and commutes to Melbourne on Sundays to film Dancing with the Stars.
So special to renew the vows 10 years on with our gorgeous kids there to witness it. They weren't around when we did it the first time but this was very special. Zoom in on our smallest to see her ridiculous face and how much she loved this. So thankful to make this milestone and have our girls there to be a part of this special occasion. It was truly beautiful. @whomagazine
Big supermarket chains such as Coles, Woolworths and Aldi have taken drastic measures by implementing buying restrictions on certain items as customers have been stockpiling on toilet paper, hand sanitiser, rice, pasta and other daily essentials.
In an address to the nation yesterday, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said: 'Stop hoarding. 'I can't be more blunt about it. Stop it. It is not sensible, it is not helpful and it has been one of the most disappointing things I have seen in Australian behaviour in response to this crisis.'