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Commuter got scared of a guy staring suspiciously, but later remembered it was a friend

  • John Ederie Prieto felt so creepy noticing that a guy was looking at him from the rear mirror
  • He decided to take a photo of the guy for other commuters to be aware
  • Later, he remembered that the guy was his friend and his fare was with him

People became more vigilant because of the unpredictable incidents that happen these days. Some got even more suspicious with the people around them.

Just like this commuter who happens to suspect a guy but later remembered that the guy was his friend.

A Facebook user, John Ederie Prieto, posted photos of a suspicious guy in a jeepney who was staring at him. In his caption, he shared his experience as he felt so creepy noticing that a guy was looking at him from the rear mirror.

Prieto got scared because it was his first time to have such experience, so he decided to take a photo of the guy for other commuters to be aware of. Later, he remembered that the guy was his friend and his fare was with him.

“Ang creepy lang kasi habang nakasakay ako pauwi sa jeep napansin ko na kanina pa nakatitig sakin tong si kuya, nakakatakot first time kong maka encounter ng ganito, iba pala sa feeling, kaya naisipan kong patago siyang picturan para na rin maging aware yung ibang nag co-commute, pero habang nasa kalagitnaan na ako ng biyahe naalala ko kaibigan ko pala to at nasakin ang pamasahe niya hehehe”

April 29, 2019 at 12:15 pm ang creepy lang kasi habang nakasakay ako pauwi sa jeep napansin ko na kanina pa nakatitig…

Posted by John Edrie Prieto on Sunday, April 28, 2019

His post went viral and garnered 46 thousand reactions and 12 thousand shares.

Netizens have also shared their similar experience that also happened in forgetting that the fare was with their friends.

“Haha, feel ko sya. 😂 Tsk Kaya wag tayo maghiwalay pag nasa jeep ha, baka makalimutan ko rin na nasakin pambayad. 😂” – Joy Karen

“parang ako lang natitingnan ng masama kase laging ako naghahawak ng bayad hahaha”- Lady Payawal

Written by Rhelyn Harder

An open-minded person who seeks to inspire readers through writing. She believes that having the freedom and courage to express oneself is an opportunity to influence others.

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