- A video of a Cebuana donya went viral after her food supplier uploaded it on social media
- The video was taken by the food supplier, who said that the donya would not want to pay the food, and where the donya could also be seen
- The food supplier wanted payment, but the donya does not want to pay, saying that the P18k food package was only worth P5k
- The viral video showed a lechon and several dishes, all of which were delivered to the house of the donya, and thereafter, the donya also filed a complaint against the food supplier
A Facebook user named Marjorie A. Alison took to Facebook and uploaded a video of a donya, maria Amy Fortilina, in Cebu.
She did not want to pay Marjorie, because for her, the P18k food package that arrived at her home was only worth P5k.
Alison insisted that they already ate the food and that P5k is way below the food cost.
It could also be seen that the donya was wearing a Chanel necklace and that their home is also located in the highlands of Cebu.
The video also showed some of the friends or visitors of the donya were also trying to talk to Alison.
A report from SunStar revealed that the donya has already filed a complaint against "Marjorie Abasbas" at the Mabolo Police Station for alarm and scandal.
She was advised by the police station to bring her complaint to Brgy. Babag in Cebu where the altercation happened.
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Stories of altercations such as this often go viral. Many people can relate to these experiences, which is why they easily go viral. Disagreements over payment issues have tainted relationships and these can be avoided through clear communication.
When it comes to food, stories that also go viral include those concerning delivery riders. Fake bookings are among those that are included. The video of an Angkas rider crying profusely after falling victim to a fake booking and subsequently helped by fellow riders has gone viral. A Grab Food delivery rider stopped to console the Angkas rider and beckoned to his other colleagues to help the crying man. The victim lamented that he is trying to work well so he could earn a living. To cheer up the weeping Angkas rider, the two Grab Food delivery riders pooled in their money to buy the ordered food.
For instance, there were 10 food delivery riders who were victimized with fake orders. The witness narrated that there were about 10 riders who gathered outside the address of just one house.
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