Rain or shine, may lechon ka! Netizens express their delight over photos of lechon being delivered despite heavy rains and floods

Rain or shine, may lechon ka! Netizens express their delight over photos of lechon being delivered despite heavy rains and floods

- Pinoys are well-known for being positive and hopeful despite any disaster thrown their way

- A Facebook post amid floods in Southern Philippines goes viral

- A lechon was seen being delivered despite heavy rains and floods

The Philippines is usually dubbed as the "country of smiles" for they are well-known for being optimistic and positive whatever disaster they may face.

As they say, Pinoys can definitely dance through the rain..

Every year, they experience typhoons, floods, and other calamities but they have this unique ability to look past their problems and always find joy in everything.

That is why, when a Facebook post about a lechon being delivered despite of heavy rains and floods it became trending and viral right away.

Rain or shine, may lechon ka! Netizens express their delight over photos of lechon being delivered despite heavy rains and floods
Screenshot: Terence Maceren via Definitely Filipino

According to a report from Definitely Filipino, a Facebook user under the name of Terence Maceren posted a photo of two men carrying lechon who appears to be making a delivery of the said favorite Pinoy dish.

What makes this delivery unusual is that typhoon Vinta recently lashed on Cagayan de Oro, Southern Philippines.

Lechon is a favorite Filipino dish. It will always be a part of grand celebrations and feastings in the Philippines.

You will definitely fall in love with its crisp, light skin and soft, juicy and delicious meat.

When Terence posted the photo on his Facebook account, it garnered funny reactions from netizens.

However, despite the positive feedback, some think that it is unsanitary given the condition that the lechon was not even wrapped and being exposed to flood waters.

Rain or shine, may lechon ka! Netizens express their delight over photos of lechon being delivered despite heavy rains and floods
Screenshot: Terence Maceren via Definitely Filipino

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