Food Pinoy OFW in Dubai celebrates birthday by giving free...

Pinoy OFW in Dubai celebrates birthday by giving free meals to hungry residents


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Instead of shelling out money on a posh restaurant, a Dubai-based OFW has celebrated her birthday by cooking meals for hungry and jobless residents in the emirate. 

Christian Martinez gave free meals along the busy street of Al Rigga, just in front of West Zone Supermarket. 

In a vlog posted by Andie Greg Gomez on his YouTube account, the birthday boy was seen giving free meals to bystanders and those approaching him. 

Even non-Filipinos have also been given free meals that he has prepared for his birthday. 

“Imbes kumain sa labas at gumastos ng malaki, ginawa nya na lang nagluto sa bahay at ipinamigay sa mga tao dito sa UAE,” Gomez’s caption read. 

Watch the vlog here and give Christian some love!

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