Former High School Teacher ‘Sir Ramil Seraspe’ Now Begs For Money Along The Streets
A former high school teacher named Ramil Seraspe is now a crippled man and begging for money from jeepney passengers along the street.
Teachers were already a part of our lives because they served as our second parent in school and they are the one who educated us. They taught us a lot of things we need to learn in academics and they also influenced us with good manners and right conduct.
Rigorous training and hardships were experienced by our teachers from handling their students and sometimes they take it more than a profession. Being a teacher is not easy from they need to get numerous degrees and pass board examination before getting the actual job.
The Facebook page Trending Newsfeed Info shared a post containing the photos of a crippled man begging for money on the street and in front f church in Novaliches in order to buy his own food.
The crippled man was identified as Sir Ramil Seraspe, a former high school teacher in Caloocan. Seraspe has no shelter nor food to eat and it was still unknown if he still had a family looking for him for the previous years.
A netizen named Yohan Delos Reyes also posted the photos of the crippled man and captioned that Sir Seraspe was a good teacher on his students and also giving jokes sometimes. Reyes, a former student of the ex-teacher was urging Seraspe’s former students to give him some help if they would have an encounter someday.
Here’s the full story:
“Guys! sya po yung dating highschool teacher sa Caloocan, ngayon po ay palaboy laboy na lang sa kalsada at gilid ng simbahan sa Novaliches, walang tirahan at walang makain, namamalimos na lang po sya, sobrang nakakaawa po ang kalagayan nya ngayon, marami po syang naturuan at mga natulungang mga estudyante, kaya humihingi po sya ng konting tulong sa mga dati nyang co-teachers at mga naging estudyante sa kanilang school.. kaya paki SHARE na lang po ito bilang tulong na rin sakanya para malaman at makarating sa dati nyang mga estudyante..”
The post went viral after it was posted in the social media on Tuesday (May 10, 2017). The viral post garnered 4.1k reactions, over 6k shares, and more than 500 comments as of this post.