- A working student lost P14,000 of his savings after the money was eaten by termites
- The working student, Randy Boganutan, narrated to Inquirer that he has already saved around P20K for his tuition fees
- He saved his money in a plastic piggy bank, and it was there that termites found their way
- Randy was only able to save P6K, but the remaining P14K bills, were all pulverized by the termites, rendering them irreplaceable
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Randy Boganutan, a working student, has lost P14K of his savings from freelance work, intended for the payment of his tuition fees, after termites ate the equivalent bills right inside the piggy bank where he saved them.
In an exclusive interview with Inquirer, revealed that he has already saved P20K, and kept them in a plastic piggy bank, which he bought from a street vendor.
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It was when a companion of his noticed a "worm" coming out of the piggy bank, that he came to know about the termites.
About P14K bills were pulverized and no longer replaceable by the Bangko Sentral.
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"Initial reaction ko po no’ng nangyari is na-shock lang po ako, natulala lang po ako, ‘di po ako makapaniwala at saka ‘yong parang speechless lang ako, naka-ganyan lang, ‘yong wala akong masabi. Then do’n na po, no’ng nahawakan ko na po siya, do’n nag-sink in sa akin na parang, umiiyak ako, naluluha ako na di ko naiintindihan nararamdaman ko," Rodney stated.
A video was also shared by GMA News.
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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