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Woman finds chick hatched inside their fridge, brings amusement to netizens

  • Woman finds one of the eggs stored in their unused ref already hatched
  • Netizens found delight in Abi Gonzales’ discovery, who claimed the heat may be the reason why the chick hatched
  • Gonzales even clarified that her story was true to doubters, provided photos on the chick’s condition

A netizen shared on Facebook an interesting discovery that one of the eggs stored in their refrigerator already hatched, by hearing continuously the chirping of a chick in their house.

Netizen Abi Pajarillaga Gonzales, who’s a native of Nueva Ecija, wrote on her account: “Yung itlog na binili nila Papa naging sisiw na. 😂 Nainitan din yata. Hahaha!  Kaya pala may naririnig ako, hanap ako ng hanap. (Siya) pala yung nag-iingay.😅😂 Pawis na pawis lang!”

She also posted three photographs presenting a chick emerging from one of the eggs in their fridge.

Wala pong kuryente kaya mainit talaga. Mainit pati panahon. Saka di rin po ginagamit yung ref kaya akala ng iba nalamigan daw kuno. Di rin ho luma yung ref, hindi lang talaga ginagamit kaya ganyang mukhang luma. 😂” explained Gonzales, as one of the reasons why the unbelievable incident happened in the first place.

Her post has gone viral on social media, receiving 28 thousand reactions with netizens expressing their delight on the bizarre happening.

Naging incubator (niya) (yung) ref na di gumaganaaa! 😂😂😂” replied Lisa Lagdaan-Caguimbal.

“Palakihin nyo, tyaka nyo itinola 🤣” joked Niv Ek S. Mañosa.

Gonzales updated Thursday afternoon that the chick is very much alive and still in good condition and uploaded “proof shots” for others to see.

Written by Moneeze Bernardo

Hello! My name is Moneeze Bernardo, typically silent and a good listener. I'm good at being me and at the end of the day nobody is perfect and that's what makes life interesting. Oh! and I so love sunsets.

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