- A 7-year-old girl tried to order chicken fillet and french fries from Food Panda but the connection was lagging
- Instead of just getting one order, the order was received by around 42 food delivery riders
- Thirty of the riders came to the address in Mabolo, Cebu as the others were canceled
- Due to the incident, the friends of the riders felt pity towards the little girl and instead paid for the food that they ordered
Due to the lagging or perhaps intermittent internet connection, a girl who tried to order a single serving of chicken fillet and french fries got more than she asked for.
She was able to make around 42 orders of chicken fillet and fries and around 30 of them arrived, reported SunStar Cebu.
The kid was seven years old and living in Brgy. Mabolo in Cebu.
The incident was reported by Unang Balita and photos of the riders were also shown.
As many of the friends of the riders felt pity towards the little kid who just wanted to eat chicken fillet and french fries, they just paid for some of the food.
Heartwarming stuff like this always goes viral. Other things that go viral are viral challenges. These have become a thing, especially with young people today. One of the popular challenges was "Magandang Dilag." Another of those challenges that have gone viral on social media is the "Marikit dance challenge." When the leader of Momoland did the challenge months ago, the Internet went crazy. It isn't all the time that an international K-pop group like Momoland would find a Philippine song really nice to follow it.
Aside from this, another challenge was Sarah Geronimo's Tala dance challenge. This time around, a group of Africans did it and the video simply went viral. The song of Sarah has breached unprecedented records and it is not unusual for it to reach an international fanbase. There were a lot of videos of the challenge on social media and many of them also came from foreigners.
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