The shortage reportedly began after new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the country.
Australia just isn't the one nation to have seen panic buying because the virus continues to unfold.
"This toilet paper thing really isn't a joke".
A Coles spokesperson told Yahoo News Australia on Sunday the one-pack limit would be enforced for customers shopping both in-store and online, to "help improve access to toilet paper for our customers".
Further investigations are ongoing, with the police appealing for public assistance to identify the other women involved.
He then proceeded to call the police. "This additional measure will allow us to maintain stock levels in stores so more customers will be able to purchase the products they need". 30- packs fromCostco You've possibly been seeing images online, now ... there's gnarly video clip as well.
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This week there have been rumours of a knife being pulled during a scuffle over dwindling loo paper and police being forced use a taser to control a crowd at a supermarket.
Mr Banducci said these were "unusual and challenging times" and would introduce more limits if needed.
Shoppers have claimed a Melbourne Woolworths store has resorted to storing its toilet paper behind its cigarette counter in a bid to stop people buying in bulk.
NSW Police from Bankstown Local Area Command went to the supermarket. Several supermarkets have put a cap on the number of rolls a customer can buy.
The reason for the panic is not understood yet as there were no signs of stock finishing up but people have started clearing the supermarket shelves and are attempting to stockpile toilet paper, soaps, and sanitizers. "We are a well-prepared health system but even the best-prepared health systems can face a challenge if you have large outbreaks", he added.