Maynilad kustomer, nagulantang sa P9.6 milyon na bayarin sa tubig sa buwan ng Hulyo

Maynilad kustomer, nagulantang sa P9.6 milyon na bayarin sa tubig sa buwan ng Hulyo

- A customer of Maynilad Water Services was shocked when he received their water bill for the month of July

- The customer, Manny Pastorites, Jr., did not expect to receive a water bill that would reach more than P9 million

- To be exact, as per the report of TV Patrol, the bill reached a total of P9,678,476.88, with a due date on July 20, 2023

- Maynilad is already investigating the incident and assured the customer that their water line will not be cut

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Manny Pastorites, Jr, a customer of Maynilad Water Services, did not expect that his water bill for the month of July would reach millions.

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Photo: Screengrab from TV Patrol
Source: Twitter

As per the report of TV Patrol, Manny received a bill of P9,678,476.88.

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The said P9 million bill was due on July 20, 2023.

Manny's house is small, comprising only of one room, a sink, and a small toilet.

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"Siguro sa pagtanda ko, hanggang sa mamatay na lang ako, hindi ko kayang bayaran yon. Kulang-kulang sampung milyon."
"Gumagawa nga ako, napahinto ako eh, parang nabuhusan ako ng tubig, 'Totoo ba 'to?'"
"Kahit na siguro, kahit na lahat kami rito sa buong Merryville na 'to, pagsama-samahin, kahit limang buwan pa, hindi aabutin ng ganung kalaki yung presyo ng bill namin."

While the reporters were there, a representative from Maynilad arrived and assured them that they will fix the problem and that the water line of Manny will not be cut.

Posts, such as photos or videos, that arouse the interest of netizens would often go viral on social media. These viral posts appeal to the emotions of netizens, and in rare cases, such could also happen to ordinary people.

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One is that of Pablo Torre, a Fil-Am sportswriter, and his picture wearing a "Sablay." Torre has also explained why he wore a “Sablay” at an event he attended. This was after he earned the ire of some netizens for wearing such in a non-academic event. The “Sablay” is the official sash of the University of the Philippines worn by both graduating students and graduates attending academic activities and functions. He also admitted he never went to the University of the Philippines and the “Sablay” he wore was from his father whom he said graduated from the institution.

On the other hand, an example of a viral video is that of the post about a Grade 12 student in Bacolod City who works as a part-time mime artist and waiter just so he would have money to spend for his school needs. In the post of local media outlet Radyo Bandera Bacolod City, one can see several photos of the student doing his stuff as a mime artist on the side of the road in the said city.

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