Tatay, ginawan na lamang ng kabaong ang anak, dahil sa sobrang kahirapan

Tatay, ginawan na lamang ng kabaong ang anak, dahil sa sobrang kahirapan

- A father built a coffin for his dead son since he does not have any money to buy the latter a coffin from funeral homes

- Robin Solis, in an interview with Zarraga News Live Station, revealed that it was his friend who gave him a glass to cover the coffin

- In order to prevent the smell, he added layers of scotch tape on the glass and on the body of the coffin

- His son died from acute hemorrhagic pancreatitis, known in the vernacular as "bangungot"

A father, Robin Solis, of Purok 4, Brgy. Sua, San Dionisio, Iloilo, built on his own the coffin of his dead son, since he did not have any money to buy a coffin for the latter.

Photo: Zarraga News LIVE Station
Source: Facebook

Using crude materials, with the glass cover, given by a friend, wood that he himself prepared, and some scotch tape in order to prevent the smell from escaping the coffin, he made the coffin for the body of his dead son.

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His son was Redwyn Solis, 33-year-old, and who based on the interview of Tatay Robin with Zarraga News LIVE Station, his son died from "bangungot."

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News, 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.

One of recent news that went viral is that of the family in Cebu who went on an outing which ended in tragedy. Among the casualties were a newlywed couple, with the woman with a baby 7 months on the way. It was said that she jumped after her husband, which cost her life. In a report by CDN Digital, the woman, Rhesamie Ypil Costan, was sitting in the pickup truck, according to the narration of her father. However, when she saw her husband falling off the back of the pickup truck, he said that she jumped in after him. The father of Rhesamie also said that they all went to a mountain resort to celebrate after the wedding, and it was their neighbor who arrived in a pickup truck and the one who was supposed to bring them home after.

Videos of the wedding of the couple who were swept away in the Cebu flood have also gone viral. The videos showed the happy moments of the couple during their wedding. One of the clips showed Rhesamie walking towards the altar. Another clip showed the couple happily exiting from the church soon after their wedding.

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