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A certain 'Jopet' left his Starbucks garbage at a footbridge, netizens' reactions will make your day

They say there are plenty of things that money just can't buy - I certainly agree.
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Photo courtesy of M.A. Buendía HD Facebook page. PTPA Siena Luchansky
In a post by a popular Filipino blogger M.A. Buendía HD, he shared a story of someone named 'Jopet' who had left his Starbucks trash on the steps of a footbridge somewhere in (presumably) Manila.

The post detailed the drink to be a Starbucks Mocha Frappe. In the Philippines, there's a perception that when you buy a Starbucks drink, you are well-off or sosyal mainly due to its high price.

The post was sarcastically written which makes it more entertaining and probably the reason why it drew more reaction from netizens.
He wraps it with tissue pa nga so his hands won't get basa eh. It was sayang lang kasi he couldn't make ubos his drink na! Hmm.. but why did he make tapon the tira sa footbridge kaya? Sadly, some people can afford a mamahaling coffee but not basic human decency noh.. Like omg!
Here's the entire post below:
Many reacted by tagging the Jopet that they know and jokingly accused them that they are the Jopet who left the SB cup, but more have called out the perpetrator for its 'lack of manners' and 'basic human decency.'

Here are some their reactions:
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There were also some who gave an alternate scenario of what might have occurred.
If public service announcements were made like this, perhaps more people will pay attention. Do you agree? 😉

What do you think of this story? Do you agree that basic human decency are dying among many Filipinos nowadays? Let us know in the comments.

A certain 'Jopet' left his Starbucks garbage at a footbridge, netizens' reactions will make your day A certain 'Jopet' left his Starbucks garbage at a footbridge, netizens' reactions will make your day Reviewed by Raelyn Luchansky on 9:41:00 AM Rating: 5

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