Countries all over the world are imposing curfews and lockdowns so the fast-spreading coronavirus could be stopped.
People all over the world are practicing social-distancing and self-isolation, which is helping everyone to stop the further spread of the virus.
People are coming up with more and more creative ways to avoid direct human contact.
Pete Farmer, a hilarious man from Northamptonshire, UK, ended up using a drone to deliver a roll of toilet paper to his sister recently while they were practicing self-isolation.
Farmer lives 2 streets away from his sister, and when he found out that she had no toilet paper left, he decided to take the matters into his own hands.
Farmer, who is 48 years old, used his drone to deliver toilet paper to his sister for a laugh.
Farmer, who works for the Morrisons Distribution Center, used a drone to fly the toilet paper to the house of his sister.
In a video that he shared, the drone can be seen flying away to its destination with the toilet paper roll attached to it.
Talking about toilet papers, Farmer said, “There is no shortage of toilet rolls or food, the warehouse is full and we are working long hours sending out supplies to the stores 24/7.”
He added, “There really is no need to panic buy, stock is plentiful.”
He explained that his sister asked for a toilet paper roll after his night shift and he sent it through a drone.
Talking about why he used a drone, he said, “I sent it for a laugh and thought it was funny to send it over that way.”
The video comes amidst people panic buying toilet rolls in America, Australia, the United Kingdom, and Canada.