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‘PAKI MINE LANG PO’ Man sells coffin online for stubborn Filipinos who break quarantine rule

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A Filipino man is now getting viral online as he sells an item online for stubborn Filipinos who keep on breaking the quarantine rule set by the national government in a bid to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

In a video uploaded by Facebook user Kerovine Castro, he is seen selling coffin online as if selling an ukay-ukay dress.

“Eto na mga kababayan murang packages pa mine lang po. Para sa matitigas ang ulo na gusto lumabas at mag libot pili muna kayo after 14 days kukunin ko na kayo,” the caption reads.

The hilarious parody on selling items online has already been shared by over 30,000 Facebook users with nearly 29,000 comments and 15,000 reactions.

Watch the video below:

Ryan Namia
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