- A fishball vendor went viral on social media
- This happened because his fishball stand has CCTV cameras
- Netizens commented that the CCTV cameras do not actually work and that they were attached to the fishball stand to discourage thieves from stealing
A fishball vendor has become a viral sensation on Facebook.
KAMI learned that he went viral because his fishball stand has CCTV cameras attached to it.
According to GMA-7 News, the photos were taken by YouScooper Lee Royo Mingo.
The fishball vendor sells his products in Blumentritt, Sta. Cruz, Maynila.
Netizens had varied reactions regarding the viral photos:
“saan po kukuha ng power source? sa ilalim ng kalan? Tas instead mag tingin at magsalang ng fish ball kelangan nyang manood sa cellphone nya with net connection para makita nya sino over tusok at over sawsaw. Advance mag isip si kuya.”
“design lng nya yan saan kaya xa nakakuha ng camera sira mahal po isa set ng camera dvr”
“Para yan sa makakapal ang mukhang mgbabayad ng limang piso pero ang tinutusok e pang sampung piso.”
“Nakakahiya naman, pati ba naman sa barya barya, kailangan pa tayong bantayan?”
“Haha display lang yung mga camera. Panakot lang sa mga kawatan.”
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