Supermarket workers reveal coronavirus horror stories including customers ...

Supermarket workers reveal coronavirus horror stories including customers SPITTING on cash before handing it over Supermarket employees speaking out about horror stories amid shopping chaos  Panic-buying frenzy amid coronavirus pandemic has caused bad behaviour Some employees have been verbally and even physically abused by shoppers  Coronavirus symptoms: what are they and should you see a doctor?

By Adam Mccleery For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 00:53 BST, 30 March 2020 | Updated: 00:54 BST, 30 March 2020

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Supermarket workers have shared their horror stories from the frontline of the coronavirus panic-buying frenzy.

Many workers have been physically and verbally abused by customers who aren't able to find what they want in store. 

There have been widespread shortages of toilet paper, pasta, rice and some canned produce in the wake of the pandemic.  

An employee at an Aldi store in Melbourne's south-east shared his story with The Sydney Morning Herald. 

'One elderly man sneezed into his hand, then wiped his nose with his hand, then wiped his pants, and proceeded to pay in cash. I sanitised my hands after that,' he told the publication. 

Supermarket workers have shared their horror stories from the frontline of the coronavirus panic-buying frenzy

Supermarket workers have shared their horror stories from the frontline of the coronavirus panic-buying frenzy 

An anonymous Coles worker also took to social media to share some of their own experiences in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

'Today was the first day in a while I didn't get yelled at ... there are always a few racist customers making dumb comments,' the worker wrote. 

'I'm still shocked that we are not given any sort of safety protection nor it seems like they care for our safety and well being.'

John, an employee at a Coles liquor store in Melbourne, said when he watched a man lick his fingers to fold his notes he told

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