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Tom Holland (Picture from Instagram, @tomholland2013)
Tom Holland (Picture from Instagram, @tomholland2013)

KUALA LUMPUR: After not being able to get eggs from the supermarket, Spider-Man star Tom Holland has decided to rear his own chickens instead.

According to AsiaOne, the 23-year-old English artiste recently shared his predicament on social media where he explained that supermarkets were empty and cleared of eggs due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

In an Instagram Story entry, Holland said he made the decision to get some chickens so that they could be "the source of eggs".

"With everything that's going on, the supermarkets are all empty. There's no eggs, we have no eggs. So we thought to solve that problem, we would become the source of eggs."

“Now, we're the owner of chickens," he said.

The video saw him holding one of his chickens under his arm that quickly ran away after he let it go.

The Hollywood star's idea naturally drew lots of positive comments from Netizens who gushed at his new pets and how they've been named Predator, Ranger and Chestnut.

Meanwhile, Holland had also shared on social media that he was "self-isolating at home" after falling ill.

He explained that he "felt fine" one day and woke up the next day feeling "awful", and that he was "really ill" on the "first day".

Holland added that he didn’t think he had contracted Covid-19.

"I woke up feeling not really well, but I'm going to try to be a little bit more present on my Instagram during this time because I have nothing else to do."

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