Tennessee Brothers Can No Longer Sell Their 17000 Bottles of Hand Sanitizer

It’s good to see at least one a-hole take it in the wallet – and hard. Back at the beginning of March,Matt and Noah Colvin started on a massive trek around Chattanooga, Tennessee...looking for all the hand sanitizer and wipes they could get their hands on.

From there, they rented a U-Haul and travel 1,300-miles, hitting every store they could find in their home state and Kentucky.

As coronavirus-mania took hold, they were making bank, selling the hand sanitizer and wipes over Amazon and eBay for between $8 and $70 each. Then, both Amazon and eBay pulled his items, citing the immorality of profiteering from a medical emergency.

Now, Matt finds himself stuck with 17,700 bottles of hand sanitizer...and no clue what he’s going to do with them. And as an added bonus, he’s being forced to donate it all and the Tennessee Attorney General has announced a price gouging investigation.Karma’s a bitch!

Source:NY Times

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