Sulat ng isang preso sa punit na papel para kay "Jo", napulot ng netizen, nag-viral

Sulat ng isang preso sa punit na papel para kay "Jo", napulot ng netizen, nag-viral

- A netizen shared a letter that was written by a prisoner and it has gone viral

- It was a message of thanks written in a half-torn page from a spring notebook

- It was addressed to Jo, where the prisoner was thanking him or her for the food that was brought for him

- The letter also stated that Jo would be careful when he or she drives, and that Jo must bring a raincoat always

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A netizen found a letter written by a prisoner, which he was only able to pick up.

Sulat ng isang preso sa punit na papel para kay "Jo", napulot ng netizen, nag-viral
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Source: UGC

It was a hastily written letter, and the paper where it was written was just a tiny half-torn page from a notebook.

"Pakitxt po, salamat. Jo, salamat ha sa pagdala mo ng pagkain sakin. Ingat ka lagi, dala ka lagi kapote. tag-ulan na eh. sarap ng longganisa ha. Ingat sa pag-drive. W8 mo tao kausap ko lapit na laya."

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The letter was shared by Gersam Oro, and the report was carried by GMA News.

According to the report, throwing letters through the windows of the jail has been common practice among prisoners in order for them to send a message to their loved ones.

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Stories that tug at the heart strings often go viral. The story of the prisoners letter is one. Other subjects that usually appeal to the hearts and minds of many netizens today include stories concerning delivery riders, senior citizens, kids, including matters in the realm of politics that find a practical use in people's day-to-day activities also go viral.

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