A RESTAURANT has offered free toilet roll and delivery to customers during Britain's coronavirus shutdown.

The One One Four restaurant in Teddington, South West London, made the kindhearted gesture as the UK's COVID-19 crisis deepens.

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Supermarkets have been stripped of loo roll as Brits panic buy over fears of being placed under virus quarantine.

The UK's  restaurants and bars face an uncertain future as millions of Brits prepare to bunker down at home.

This week, the government fast-tracked laws to allow Britain's bars and restaurants to become takeaways.

And with bog roll in short supply, the One One Four's owners are now offering a free toilet roll with every order placed.


It comes as the UK's coronavirus death toll hit 144 today, up from 104 fatalities in 24 hours.

On Thursday, Britain's infection rate rose steeply again to 3,269 a rise of 643 cases from the day before.

But as the number of fatalities continues to soar Brits are rallying to help each other in the country's biggest crisis since World War Two.

In one Yorkshire town, Kind-hearted neighbours are using a coronavirus "traffic light" system to check if anyone needs help at home.


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Residents on a street in Ripon, North Yorkshire are placing a green piece of paper in their front window to flag they are fine.

And an army of three million volunteers is being lined up in a “massive national effort” to fight the coronavirus outbreak.

They will be allowed to take up to four weeks off work to join over-stretched NHS staff battling to contain the killer bug.

Ministers will rush through new employment laws to protect jobs for helpers who assist doctors and nurses on the front line.

And tens of thousands of Brits are rallying to protect the country's most vulnerable by picking up shopping or medicine for them.

But Brits have been urged to stop panic buying as toilet roll supplies across the UK in many stores are exhausted.

A shopper was last week 'mugged' for toilet paper as he left a Savers store in London, while toilet rolls are listed on eBay for up to £1,000 as customers frantically try to stock up.

And there are claims loo rolls are being chained to the wall in public conveniences after the panic over the coronavirus sparked a series of toilet paper thefts.

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