Police have charged two women for an alleged fight over dwindling supplies of toilet paper in a Sydney supermarket. Police said they were called to a Woolworths store at Chullora about 7am on Saturday after reports a year-old woman had been assaulted. A video of the incident was shared on social media and showed a small group of women pushing, yelling and fighting over a shopping cart filled with toilet paper. Two women, aged 23 and 60, both from Bankstown, spoke to police at Bankstown police station on Saturday night. They were both issued with summons to attend the Bankstown local court on 28 April on charges of affray. If two or more people are alleged to have used or threatened unlawful violence, the court must consider their conduct as a whole.
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