Granny asks for lockdown beer top-up and receives 150-can delivery

Granny asks for lockdown beer top-up and receives 150-can delivery

- Olive Veronesi, 93, got a visit from Molson Coors beer company which came with a huge donation of 150 Coors Light beers

- The granny had jokingly asked for beer to be sent via a sign which she held up at her door

- The photo went viral, leading to a company delivering the beers to her doorstep as she stated that she likes to enjoy one every day

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A 93-year-old woman from Pittsburgh, US, went viral after holding a sign asking for more beer.

Well, her wish came true as she got a huge delivery of beer to her doorstep to ensure she never had to leave her home.

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93-year-old granny who asked for beer during lockdown, gets delivered 150 cans
93-year-old granny's wish was answered as she got 150 cans of beer delivered at her doorstep Photo: CBS Pittsburg
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Olive Veronesi got a visit from Molson Coors beer company which brought her a huge gift of 150 Coors Light beer cans on Monday, 13 April.

According to CBS Pittsburgh, Olive said she made sure to have a beer every night and she was on her last supply, hence needing more.

“I was on my last 12 cans, I have a beer every night, you know what, beer has vitamins in it, it’s good for you, as long as you don’t overdo it,” Olive told CBS.

As soon as the beers arrived, Olive cracked one open.

A representative from the company who delivered the cans to the granny's house said they wanted to ensure she continued with her health regime.

“My associate and I put in 10 cases of beer, and drove up to make sure Olive got her beer so she can continue her healthy regimen of a beer a day,” Mark Linder said.

The granny went viral after thousands shared her photo online with many making hilarious comments about how good she looked even though she was consuming alcohol at her age.

Well, closer to home in Africa, Nairobi governor Mike Sonko promised to add a small bottle of Hennessey to his daily donation in less fortunate areas.

The governor said alcohol had been found to help fight coronavirus by many researchers and he wanted to help those in need with alcohol to combat the virus while also donating foodstuffs.

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