Tricycles are seen pretty much everyday and everywhere you go. Where ever you are, there will always be a tricycle lane that will give you a quicker and easier way to reach your destination.
Aside from the fact that it's more convenient to ride a tricycle, its fare is also cheaper compared to the taxi fares. However, driving a tricycle can be quite difficult because there's a possibility that larger cars might hit you any moment.
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In fact, a netizen has recently shared an unfortunate incident that happened to a senior citizen who drives his tricycle for a living.
A certain senior citizen made waves on social media after a netizen shared his story online. This old man who was sitting on a thin cardboard, where he also sleeps, was not a beggar before. He used to be a tricycle driver but then, one of his passengers stole his motorcycle and as a result, he ended up begging for alms to survive.
Driving a tricycle is the only thing that he knows for him to make a living. But then, he was left devastated after the unfortunate incident wherein a heartless person took away his prized possessions.
The driver told the netizen: “Wala na ung motor ako anak ninakaw. Niloko ako nung tinulungan ko pra maihatid siya ayun pla kukunin nila ung tricycle ko.”
After the netizen talked to him, the old man can't help but broke down into tears because of what had happened to him.
The netizens then stated that they should do something about this old man for him to survive and they even sought help from people with kind hearts to send help. They then joined forces in slamming the suspect and even called him heartless for taking away something that means everything to this defenseless man.
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Read the comments from the netizens:
Unfortunately, the only detail shared about the missing tricycle was its color which is green, nothing more, nothing less.
What can you say about this story? Isn't it heartbreaking to see people suffer just because there are some who chose to attack the defenseless ones?
Via: ManilaReaders, TNP