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    Michelle Wolf perfectly roasts Australia’s ‘bag rage’

    Some Australian customers are losing their damn minds after finding single-use plastic bags banned from many major supermarkets. One even became violent, a perpetrator of “bag rage.”

    Oh, Michelle Wolf noticed.

    The Break host took a moment during her  monologue this week to skewer part of the country’s attitude toward the plastic bag ban rolling out in some states, as Australia moves to reduce marine pollution.

    SEE ALSO: Starbucks will chuck plastic straws in hopes of reducing ocean waste

    Kicking off July 1, the states of Queensland and Western Australia banned single-use, lightweight plastic bags from major retailers. This means aligning with other state bans in the ACT, South Australia, and Tasmania. Read more…

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