Seafarer's seaman's book turns into a drawing book at the hands of his child

Seafarer's seaman's book turns into a drawing book at the hands of his child

- A seafarer took to Facebook and shared what his child did to his Seafarer's Record Book

- The pages were filled with drawings and based on the photos that he shared the drawings were created using a pen

- Simply put, they could not be erased, causing a huge problem for the seaman

- The online community was quick to give him some tips on how to resolve the problem saying that perhaps he should just apply for a new one

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A netizen, Cris Venezuela, took to Facebook and shared photos of his Seafarer's Record Book (SRB), showing that it was filled by his child with drawings.

"Mga kabaro pwede pa Kaya to? Ginawang drawing book ni bunso yung seaman’s book ko kaka renew lang eh huhu."

Seafarer's seaman's book turns into a coloring book at the hands of his child

Photo: Cris Venezuela (Posted on Seafarer's Journey)
Source: Facebook

Since it looked like the drawings were made by a pen, it can no longer be erased.

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Members of the community or of the page Seafarers Journey were quick to advise him to simply secure a new record book.

Other funny comments stated that the SRB can still be used as a drawing book as there are still pages available.

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