Hand sanitizer is now the hottest item on the market because of coronavirus. Even in the United States, where the outbreak is relatively new, you might have trouble finding any on the shelves of most major stores.
In the United Kingdom, one teenager decided to try to capitalize on that demand by selling squirts of hand sanitizer to his classmates — and he got suspended for it.
The teenager was sent home after selling hand sanitizer for about $0.64 per squirt, and he made around $11 before his business was shut down. His mother posted about the incident on Facebook.
“Well the little turd has just been expelled from school for the day after been caught charging students 50p a squirt for hand sanitiser to protect themselfs from the bloody corona virus!!” Jenny Tompkins posted. “Very hard to discipline this behaviour when his dad phones him from work to call him a f***ing legend.” . . .
Tompkins said her son used the money to buy a multipack of Doritos and was going to buy a kebab later. (Read more from “Teenager Suspended From School for Selling Squirts of Hand Sanitizer” HERE)