The UK has been under lockdown for the past six weeks now, and life before the coronavirus seems like a distant memory. Thanks to the lockdown measures, Britons have passed the peak of the pandemic, but many sectors have suffered quite a harsh financial hit. One man decided to help his own way. Manchester-based music producer and activist Outlaw has been driving around England in a van sporting a black balaclava. His promise, or at least according to what's written on his van, is to provide 'Free Isolation Essentials: Toilet Roll, Sanitiser, Bottled Water, Grinders, Bud'. He offers free coronavirus lockdown "essentials" including marijuana. He told Vice: We had a "4\/20 Smoke Tour" planned, and we were going to give out some weed, but then the virus came about. So we got some other stickers printed, put them up on the van and ordered a load of stuff. Since we started it's been cannabis-based, giving out weed and that. Then we moved onto more helping people in need and the homeless. I'm quite passionate about it – I don't like seeing people in need when realistically there's plenty of everything to go around. View this post on Instagram WHOS COMING⁉️💨 (dates + loc ▶️▶️) #outlawsmoketour not long now 🙏🏼🇬🇧 this is gonna be massive, come show love and be a part of history😤🌱🇬🇧🔗💚 ⠀ ⠀ • any DJs, food stalls or anyone else wanna get involved shout me 💯💚 #outlaw #outlawsmoketour ⠀ ⠀ (we got loads of shit booked but if ppl start sending deposits back I will let u know if it has to be postponed cos of lockdown🔐) A post shared by OUTLAW (@outlaw.ltd) on Apr 22, 2020 at 6:02am PDT The idea came to him when he asked his followers on Instagram "Does anyone need anything?" and claimed the hardest item to find was the toilet paper. We tried going around the supermarkets, but nobody would give us any. I tried for about three hours online – people were charging mad prices or deliveries weren't coming for weeks. But I found a warehouse in Ireland and managed to sort it all.Outlaw has been sharing his adventures on Instagram to the delight of his followers and Manchester Police. When asked how much trouble he gets in with the police, he said: Yeah, yeah – [laughs] loads of times. I don't know how much I can say without my solicitor… but, yeah, it's like a cat and mouse type of thing. We're not doing anything that's harming anyone, though, and that's key – that's the main thing that they focus on.Truly a man of the people. Respect.