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Here’s Another Perfect Solution for the Motorcycles’ ‘No Back Ride’ Policy

Another couple goes viral for finding the perfect solution to the motorcycles’ ‘no back ride’ policy amid the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ). Since the authorities vowed to be strict in the implementation of the policy, some Pinoys have found a way to circumvent the rule.

‘No Back Ride’ Policy

The ‘no back ride’ policy has really affected so many people, particularly because the motorcycle is one of the most popular modes of transportation. It was imposed because the authorities said that there is no way the rider and the driver could practice social distancing because the motorcycle is too short.

Some weeks ago, a couple went viral for attaching an aluminum basin to their motorcycle so the wife can still ‘ride’ without them getting caught. The rope is more than a meter long, so it is social distancing’, in a way. However, netizens warned that this would be very dangerous for the wife – and is prone to accidents.

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Well, another couple found a way to create the perfect solution for the ‘no back ride’ policy. Instead of simply using a rope and a basin, this couple used a steel pipe to attach a chariot-style trailer to the back of the motorcycle!

The steel pipe ensures that the trailer is firmly attached to the motorcycle, avoiding accidents when the motorcycle will make a turn or stop. The wheels also ensure there would be less friction. Plus, the woman’s seat is off the ground, unlike the previous couple’s basin which might have holes even before the couple arrives home from their trip.

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Photo credit: Sansei Cervantes Salcedo / Facebook

While it still looks unsafe, the couple certainly found a way to solve the problem. However, netizens are also questioning whether both of them hold a quarantine pass – but that’s another matter… Many praise them for the ingenious solution to the transport problem.

What’s a Quarantine Pass?

Amid the ECQ, movement outside homes is controlled by the government to minimize the number of people in the streets and public places. A quarantine pass allows the holder/s to go out of their homes to buy food, medicines, and other supplies.

In most places, only one member of the household is allowed to go out; though the pass can have two names, but the holders need to alternate when going out.

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British Guy Living in the Streets after Pinay Wife Allegedly Ran Away with His Money

A British guy is left living in the streets after his Pinay wife allegedly ran away with all his money. The foreigner, now 75 years old, relies on the mercy of Filipinos to have food.

This led to many netizens expressing concern on his well-being and wishing that he can go back to his home country where he might have a better life…

British Guy Allegedly Duped by Pinay

A lot of foreigners move to the Philippines after visiting the country and falling in love with its beauty. But there are also many who did so after falling in love with a local.

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Considering that their money has more value in the Philippines, a lot of foreigners are able to buy lots of properties, build plenty of businesses, and own various vehicles. However, this is usually under the name of their Filipino partners because foreigners are not allowed to solely own properties in the country.

This led to many gold-digger Filipinos taking advantage of the law. Apparently, British guy Arthur Ernest is among those who fell under these schemes. According to the locals, he used to own a computer shop at Halang in Canlalay, Biñan in Laguna. However, he was later spotted living in the streets and relying on the kindness of the locals for food.

Many knew that his wife, a certain Elsa Freeman, co-owned the computer shop but they had not seen her since.

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Some think she might have passed on but others said she now lives in Canada and has essentially left Arthur after allegedly running away with his money. Though netizens are not sure what really happened between the two, what’s sure is that the British guy is now so poor that he can’t even afford to buy food or medicines for his diabetes.

Can Foreigners Own Property in the Philippines?

According to the law, foreign nationals are not allowed to have outright ownership of real property but only pertains to private land. The Philippine Condominium Act allows foreigners to buy their own condo units, as long as 60% of the building is owned by Filipinos.

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Couple Flexes 5-Digit Savings after Choosing to Make All Php50 Bills ‘Invisible’

A couple recently flexed their 5-digit savings after choosing to make all Php50 bills as ‘invisible’. Thanks to their savings, they were able to have enough cash to start building their house. Truly inspiring, huh?

‘Invisible’ Php50 Challenge

It was last year when Kember Flores Casabuena heard about the ‘invisible’ Php50 challenge while watching an episode of Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho.

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At first, Kember put the money inside a shoebox and encouraged her partner, Alphie Castante Olvis, to join her in saving his Php50 bills, too. Kember said that her partner was not so keen on the idea at first but was later encouraged to also add his Php50 bills to the box after seeing her doing this enthusiastically.

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Kember and Alphie were so determined to do the challenge that they would really save up all the Php50 bills, even if they receive several bills as change. It was difficult to follow but they aimed to truly make the Php50 bills invisible so they can save up enough money to start building a house for themselves.

As the months passed, their savings filled the shoe box, but they did not think about stopping. So, they bought an empty can of paint to transfer their ‘invisible’ savings.

Photo credit: Kember Flores Casabuena / Facebook
Photo credit: Kember Flores Casabuena / Facebook

According to Kember, her partner works as tile setter while she simply stays at home. Yet Alphie’s job is not regular and there were times when he didn’t have any work, but the two chose to live within their means and continued with their savings challenge.

Recently, as the COVID-19 crisis raged, the two faced a lot of financial challenges but they were able to pull through with the other savings they had.

Photo credit: Kember Flores Casabuena / Facebook
Photo credit: Kember Flores Casabuena / Facebook

When they finally opened the can filled with Php50 bills, they were so happy to see that the 5-digit savings may already be used to build their own house. It will be a small and simple one but the couple feels happy that they will no longer be renting.

What is the ‘Invisible’ Php50 Challenge?

In this savings challenge, one renders all Php50 bills as ‘invisible’ and makes sure to saved them up.

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Dialysis Patient Seeks Help after Husband Left Her for Nurse at Treatment Facility

A dialysis patient seeks the help of Raffy Tulfo in Action after her husband left her for a nurse at the treatment facility. What’s really sad is that the nurse had become her friend and she was actually the one who introduced the two!

Nurse Steals Patient’s Husband

Rica De Vera is a patient undergoing dialysis at the hospital where nurse Vera Mae Galang Barrameda used to work. Because Rica regularly goes to the hospital for her dialysis sessions, she befriended many of the nurses there, including Vera Mae.

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As friends, Rica often talks to Vera Mae about her husband who’s a seafarer. She feels happy that he supports them and had always been a good husband to her. On the other hand, Vera Mae shared that she’s annulled from her husband who was also a seaman because the latter had lots of women behind her back.

Knowing that Vera Mae had a bad experience with a cheating husband, Rica did not expect that she would actually steal her man! When Niko De Vera, Rica’s husband, was set to go home, Vera Mae requested Rica to ask whether he could her (the nurse) some bra. Niko didn’t mind.

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When Niko arrived in the Philippines, Rica introduced the two. She trusts her husband and Vera Mae is her friend. Since Niko was often the one to take her to the hospital for dialysis and treats her to a meal afterwards, she didn’t see nothing wrong in asking him to message Vera Mae for advice on medicines and food she needed as she was feeling weak.

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But she didn’t think the two would go and have a relationship behind her back. What’s worse, Niko left her and their kids for the nurse. Rica was able to get her kicked out from her job due to the relationship, but Niko supported the nurse so she could go to the US.

The poor patient had to seek help from Tulfo to find justice against her husband and her former nurse!

Watch the episode here:

What is Dialysis?

Dialysis is a medical procedure used for people whose kidneys could no longer take care of their needs. The procedure cleans the blood of toxins, excess water, and other things that would have been removed by healthy kidneys.

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