Lost out in the toilet paper stampede? An amusement arcade is giving customers the chance to win it

Rob Braddick has filled his arcade's grabber machines with toilet paper and hand sanitizer.

(CNN)The coronavirus outbreak has sparked panic buying of toilet paper and cleaning products in countries across the world, but one UK businessman is determined to spread some happiness among the anxiety and confusion.

Rob Braddick, 48, who owns Braddick's Holiday Park in Westward Ho!, Devon, in the southwest of England, has filled the toy grabber machines in his amusement arcade with two of the country's most sought-after sanitary products.
65 cents buys three chances to win toilet paper.
Arcade customers could previously try their hand at grabbing "Frozen 2" or "Peter Rabbit" toys from the machines, but no more.
    "They got evicted this morning," Braddick said of the toys, replacing them with toilet roll and hand sanitizer.
    Visitors can now pay 50p (65 cents) for three goes on the toilet roll grabber, or £1 ($1.30) a go for Carex, which Braddick described as the "Rolls-Royce of hand sanitizers."
    He told CNN that the decision was born of a desire to cheer people up in uncertain times.
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