‘I love this building’: Bachelorette star Angie Kent returns to her apartment to find generous neighbours have left out toilet paper and books to share amid the coronavirus pandemic
Angie Kent has revealed her generous neighbours left out toilet paper and started a book swap during the coronavirus pandemic.
The 30-year-old returned to her Sydney apartment building on Wednesday to find a good Samaritan had left seven rolls of toilet roll on top of the communal mailbox.
‘Ok, I don’t know why anyone would ever want to leave that behind,’ she said in a video she posted to her Instagram Story while zooming in on the toilet paper.
‘I love this building’: Bachelorette star Angie Kent (pictured) shared a video to Instagram on Wednesday which showed her generous neighbours had left out toilet paper and books to share amid the coronavirus pandemic
Toilet paper has been in short supply since panic buyers stripped shelves of essential goods last month amid fears of a national lockdown.
Angie then panned the camera to the other end of the mailbox showing a pile of novels, with a note on top reading ‘book swap’.
‘I love this building, toilet paper and book swaps,’ she said.
‘Don’t know why anyone would ever want to leave that behind’: Angie was shocked to find a good Samaritan had left out rolls of toilet paper
Neighbourly love: Angie’s neighbours also started a book swap as more people are starting to spend time at home to curb the spread of coronavirus
Angie and her partner Carlin Sterritt have been making videos to pass the time while they are at home practising social distancing during the crisis.
Last week, the reality star couple tried out the social media trend ‘the horse challenge’.
In the video, Angie bends over so only her long blonde hair can be seen, while Carlin stands tall. Together they bounce on the spot to mimic a cowboy riding a horse.
Passing the time: Angie and her partner Carlin Sterritt (both pictured) tried out the social media trend ‘the horse challenge’
‘Okay, I crumbled and I’m addicted to watching Tik Tok videos on Carlin’s account. Day 5 of isolation will do that to you. We’re doin good. Clearly,’ Angie said.
Meanwhile, the deadly COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic continues to escalate in Australia.
As of Wednesday night, there have been 4,862 cases of coronavirus in the country, which have resulted in 21 deaths.
Pandemic: As of Wednesday night, there have been 4,862 cases of coronavirus in the country, which have resulted in 21 deaths