Liliw Councilor Joey Panaglima had a challenging day recently, but he found a reason to be grateful.
In a Facebook post, Panaglima said he his motorcycle was sideswiped by a car in San Pablo, but thankfully he was unhurt and his vehicle was not damaged.
He then proceeded to the Bureau of Internal revenue to process his transaction, and because he was in a hurry, he did not realize that he left his key in the motorcycle.
But thankfully, the guard in the BIR kept an eye on his motorcycle and prevented it from being taken.
Panaglima issued a reminder to motorists to be careful on the road.
He also said we should thank other people for their good deeds.
Let’s be grateful for good samaritans!
Yung sobrang daming naging pagsubok at aberyo pero God is good. Around 9:30AM ng makarating ako sa San Pablo, bago makarating ng SM nasagi ng kotse ung hulihan part ni Fruitcake (motor) buti na lang wala masyado nangyari skin or kahit gasgas o sira kay Fruitcake. Exactly 10:05 AM nasa BIR SPC na ako para i-process ung transaction ko sa sobrang pagmamabilis at aligaga ko hindi ko na namalayan na naiwan ko na ung susi sa motor pasalamat kay Sir Singsing (not sure sa last name) guard sa BIR San Pablo sa pagmamalasakit at pagbabantay sa aking motor.
-Kapag nasa daan o kalsada na tayo at nagmamaneho kahit sobrang ingat natin at may mga driver na careless naku po.
-Maliit o malaking gawa dapat natin ipagpasalamat.
-Kung kinakailangan gawing doble, triple o kahit ilang pa ang pag iingat,” Panaglima posted.