- The woman in the viral lechon package video has expressed her worries over those who are taking pics and videos of her property
- After the video has gone viral where she was accused of not paying her balance, many motorists would pause in front of her property
- They would take photos and videos, which she said threatens their lives and disturbs them
- She also said that it has caused so much stress on her family
Maria Amy Hofiliña, in an interview with GMA News on Wednesday, July 28, expressed her anxiety over those motorists who would stop and take photos of the frontage of her property in Barangay Babag, Cebu City.
She said that it has disturbed her family and has also threatened their lives.
She also revealed in Inquirer's report that there was even an attempt to spray graffiti on her property.
"It poses a threat to our lives. It really poses a threat to our lives. Where is the protection now?” said Hofilña.
Hofilña added that because of the damage that the video has caused, she is now bent on filing charges against Abastas.
This was despite the fact that Abastas already sought the help of Raffy Tulfo after the viral video.
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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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