In a land with no toilet paper this family is king

You may have seen reports of panic buying for certain things at stores as the coronavirus outbreak spreads.

Masks, hand sanitizer, toilet paper too.

In Japan toilet paper is being chained to the wall in public restrooms, Hong Kong saw an armed robbery for it, in Australia grocers are limiting it to one pack per person.

Why else would news of a truckful of toilet paper catching fire there make international headlines?

And in a land with no TP, this family -- also from Australia -- would be king.

(SOUNDBITE) (English) CHRIS JANETZKI'S SOCIAL MEDIA VIDEO, SAYING:

"We've had an exciting day at our place today."

The Janetzkis meant to buy 48 rolls of toilet paper on the internet.

Instead, they accidentally bought 48 boxes.

They did the math and they believe they're now sitting on a 12-year supply of the stuff.

(SOUNDBITE) (English) CHRIS JANETZKI'S SOCIAL MEDIA VIDEO, SAYING:

"We think we are royalty now. Check out our throne for our toilet paper queen."

Lucky for their neighbors, the toilet overlords promise to be generous. They won't sit on their hoard, but plan to sell some off as a fundraiser.