Hand sanitisers, toilet paper become arcade game prizes amid shortages due to Covid-19

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  • Friday, 13 Mar 2020

LONDON (ANN): An arcade owner has decided to swap the usual teddy bears as claw machine prizes for more timely and valuable items: toilet paper and hand sanitisers.

Rob Braddick of England, United Kingdom, put up the coveted sanitary items as prizes that can be won in Ho!Barts Amusement Arcade, which he owns, as per North Devon Gazette on March 9.

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