Two YouTube regulars in Colorado Springs have come to the rescue of hundreds of their neighbors who haven’t been able to find toilet paper because of coronavirus-induced shopping hysteria.Justin Stuart and Andrew Scites run a YouTube channel known for its videos stunts, pranks and challenges. Among their antics in October 2019 was buying a whole truckload of toilet paper from a Target store to construct a giant castle fort. CNN reports that the two have now donated their stash to senior living homes and local stores.
Scites spoke to CNN about their giveaway, and how three months ago people would have thought they were crazy if they were just handing out toilet roll in the street.
“But after giving it out now, people were on the verge of tears, telling us we saved their families,” he said. “It was really unexpected, but it was awesome to be able to bless people that way.”