Johnny Kapiris from St Bernards Fruit and veg takes aim at Darren’s and Karen’s in his DMs on toilet
Dirty-mouthed fruiter who exposed the truth about inflation and supermarket prices is bombarded by trolling messages – and has a typically obscene message for them (while on the toilet)
- Greengrocer from Adelaide who went viral last week posts new video of the toilet
- Johnny Kapiris went viral last week for a video about the price of vegetables
- In his latest video he targeted the Darren’s and Karen’s hiding his DMs
A notorious greengrocer has taken a toilet break to thank his supporters as he targets the ‘f***wit Darrens and Karens’ hiding his DMs.
Johnny Kapiris, who runs St Bernards Fruit and Veg with his wife Leannda in East Adelaide’s Rostrevor, went viral last week thanks to an expletive-loaded video on Facebook about the price of vegetables.
In his latest video on Facebook, Mr Kapiris thanked his staunch supporters before targeting the “Darren’s and Karen’s” flooding his DMs.
An eccentric Australian greengrocer Johnny Kapiris (pictured) took aim at the ‘Darrens and Karens’ hiding his DMs in a new video shot in the toilet
Johnny Kapiris went viral last week for a diatribe about the price of vegetables (pictured)
“I want to thank everyone for coming and supporting us, we are hitting the specials super hard and the quality is sensational,” said Mr Kapiris.
“Still there are some f***wit Darrens and Karens, go f*** yourself for the bad comment.”
Kapiris said he has been receiving thousands of messages since going viral and has delivered his own messages to the 99 percent of people he can’t reply to.
“It’s just insane and I’m really, really sorry. I have OCD, so I don’t like having unread messages.”
His last three minute video was shot while he was sitting on the toilet.
“I’ll take off****** number two, I’m on the toilet and it might sound disgusting to you, but to me I couldn’t give a fuck,” he said.
Last week, Mr Kapiris told the Daily Mail Australia flooding and fuel costs are hurting inflation and said the ‘greedy companies’ refusing to lower the mark-up was to blame
Last week, Mr Kapiris told Daily Mail Australia how flooding and fuel costs affected inflation.
But he claimed that “everyone is playing too hard on it and driving prices up.”
He said ‘greedy companies’ refuse to cut the profit margin they make on all their fruits and vegetables.’
Mr Kapiris believes that retailers can still prevent prices from rising exorbitantly – if they put their customers first.
“My grandfather John came here from Greece in 1948 and he had fruit shops, he used to say ‘if it’s like that, when the economy sucks, you trade your profits for customers, you get them in the store, they go’ will buy.’
“I was raised to sacrifice profits to bring in customers.”
He claimed his gross profit has fallen from 20 percent to about 12 percent in recent months.
But he believes it’s important to retain customers because they’ll stick with the store when better times come.
‘We have hundreds of lines to play with, so we have flexibility [with prices]we try to be honest.
“If we can cut that cost of living for our community and customers a little bit, I’d be happy to do it.”