FOOTBALLERS are lining up to show off their loo roll juggling skills in the stay at home challenge but Michail Antonio cannot join them.
The West Ham forward was nominated to perform some keepy-uppies but revealed he has ran out of toilet roll to do so.
Holding an empty roll up to camera, Antonio became animated when informing his Instagram followers that he cannot even buy any more.
He said: "I just want to say, thank you for my nomination from Reece Oxford and Pablo Fornals for the stay at home challenge.
"I've just got a slight problem.
"I can't really do it right now because I don't really have any toilet tissue left because they're all gone from the shops!"
Toilet roll has become one of the target for panic buyers amid the coronavirus crisis.
Items such as pasta have also been mopped up leaving empty shelves and shoppers unable to replace household essentials.
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That inspired the stay at home challenge to help people keep occupied while stuck either in isolation or while working from home.
That will remain the case for some time yet with the Premier League setting an "indefinite" extension to the current season after delaying any play until May, a timeline also likely to be put further back.
The latest figures, released Friday morning, revealed almost 4,000 cases of coronavirus in the UK with 177 of those testing positive confirmed to have died.
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