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2:02 PM August 19, 2019

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2:02 PM August 19, 2019

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Relief Goods Found at Dumpsite in Camarines Sur

A massive amount of suspected relief goods have been found at a dumpsite in the town of Bombom in Camarines Sur.

A Facebook user named Larry Adon has shared the photos of different types of relief goods dumped in Camarines Sur for an undetermined reason. The dumpsite contains rice, canned sardines, instant noodles, coffee, and other food products.

In the photos, it can be seen that some of the food products are still consumable before its expiry on November 11, 2019. The goods have been found buried and scattered along the dumpsite.

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Adon has also expressed his disappointment towards the wasted food products while reminiscing the poor victims of Super Typhoon Yolanda who suffered hunger and starvation due to lack of foods.

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Here is the full post:

“Ibat ibang uri ng pagkain,Bigas,Sardinas,Nodles At kape na Hinihinalang Reliefgoods ang Nahukay sa isang Tambakan ng Basura sa Bayan ng Bombom Camarines Sur.Sigurado yan.kng sino ang utak nyan.hayop ang gumawa.nyan.daming nagugutom sa bagyong yolanda.ipinalibing lang mga bigas at iba pang pagkain.sobrang kahayopan.nayan mapakasarili.dapat yung gumawa.nyan.ilibing dn.ng wagna pamarisan.pa..”

Canned goods and ready to eat foods are only some of the most popular food products in the supermarkets and groceries, which is mostly distributed to the victims of natural calamities such as typhoon, earthquake, and tsunami.

Several netizens expressed their reactions to the incident:

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