REPORT: Bavarian town finally flushes last of employee mistake: a 12-year supply of toilet paper

BY TEAM DML / MARCH 13, 2019 /

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A Bavarian town that accidentally ordered a 12-year supply of toilet paper is officially wiped out.

The mayor of Fuchstal, a small German town of around 4,000 people near Munich, says “the last roll has now been used up.”

The article goes on to state the following:

The toilet roll tale started in 2006 when a council employee mistakenly ordered two massive truckloads of the paper product.

Although the town was able to turn away one truck, they had to take delivery on the other.

Trying to store the toilet paper was a challenge, according to Mayor Erwin Karg, who said he assembled a team to find places to stash it.

“In primary schools, the secondary school, with us in the town hall —  toilet paper was hidden in the storage rooms everywhere,” he said.

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