MIDDLE class shoppers have been left fuming as they are unable to find tofu on shop shelves amid coronavirus panic buying – likening stores to East Berlin.
While many have struggled to find toilet roll and milk, some posh Brits have been left upset that their luxury items are not available to buy.
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A good Samaritan was shocked to be asked to find scallops, after she offered to buy some groceries for her elderly neighbour.
Tanya Morris, 27, said: "I was expecting her to ask for bread and milk, but she wanted scallops as Waitrose was sold out of them when she last went out."
"She was very annoyed about it."
Mary Clarke, in Coventry, took to a local Facebook page to ask if anyone had been able to get hold of any kale, as all of her nearby shops had run out, writing: "It's like east Berlin in there".
Meanwhile residents in Lewes, Sussex, had asked for smoked tofu as an urgently needed item for emergency community shoppers to bring to people unable to leave their homes.
At a branch of Waitrose in north London a fight broke out over the last remaining carton of almond milk on Monday.
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Sarah Jones, 21, told The Sun: “One carton was left on the shelf and two women were arguing with each other over who deserves it. It was all very much in low voices and tutting at each other.”
Meanwhile in North London rather than banging saucepans for the NHS on Thursday night, one man used his Tibetan singing bowl.
Telling friends in a local Whatsapp group ‘Ant’ revealed he had used the Buddist instrument as part of his ‘clap for the NHS’.
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