Hair-raising experience of netizen riding UV Express late at night goes viral but driver says "joke"

Hair-raising experience of netizen riding UV Express late at night goes viral but driver says "joke"

- A netizen took to Facebook and shared his experience while riding a UV Express late at night

- The guy said that he was the only passenger left and when Manong driver asked about his destination, he immediately assumed that the driver was asking him

- However, he was surprised and felt nervous when the driver asked, how about "ate" the one at the back

- At this juncture, when he was about to just get out of the UV Express, the driver quickly said "joke"

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It was only a joke, but the passenger felt that it was not really that funny. Facebook user Kevin Baldelobar, shared his experience about riding the UV Express late at night at around 9:40 p.m. Monday along Regalado Avenue, Quezon City.

Hair-raising experience of netizen riding UV Express late at night goes viral but driver says "joke"
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He was the only one left and Manong Driver asked him for his destination.

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Then, the driver again asked the girl at the back where her destination was, and that totally freaked him out.

When he was about to simply jump off due to nervousness, the driver immediately said that it was a joke.

"9:40 PM. Regalado Ave., Quezon City. Mag-isa nalang akong pasahero. Tapos sabi ng driver, “SM ka, Sir?”, oo lang ako. Tapos nagtanong ulit sya ng, “ikaw ate dyan sa likod, SM ka rin ba?”, taena. Napatitig ako kay Kuyang driver at napatingin din ako sa upuan sa likod ko. Tatalon na sana ako. Buti sinundan nya ng, “joke lang, Sir”, sabay tawa."

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Public transport is part of the Philippine culture and stories concerning passengers as well as the drivers always have the tendency to go viral.

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A jeepney driver previously went viral after he was freely giving sayote to his passengers. He earned the praises of the online community.

In another instance though, a passenger fell off the jeepney due to sleepiness and or exhaustion. Other passengers immediately came to his aid and helped him. Fortunately, he was brought to the hospital.

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