After the ostrich incident in QC, a pig runs loose in Cebu and a cow, in Iloilo
After a couple of ostriches pranced around in a private Quezon City subdivision on Tuesday, a pig was seen running loose in Cebu and as if that's not enough, a cow, in Iloilo.
On Facebook Tuesday, YouScooper Adnan Pacasum uploaded a video showing a pig on the loose on the Banilad Flyover in Cebu, with two men chasing after him.
Unfortunately, Adnan didn't get to see what happened.
YouScoop: Kung kahapon may nakawalang ostrich, ngayon naman ay may nakatakas na biik
YouScoop: Kung kahapon may nakawalang ostrich sa Metro Manila, ngayon naman ay may nakatakas na biik sa Cebu City. ???? Nakita ang biik na ito na tumatakbo sa kahabaan ng Banilad Flyover, sa gulat ni YouScooper Adnan at ng iba pang motorista sa paligid. ????: Adnan Pacasum Ibahagi ang inyong ulat sa: Facebook: YouScoop Facebook group: GMA News YouScoopers Twitter: @GMANewsPosted by GMA News on Tuesday, 4 August 2020
Meanwhile, in Iloilo, YouScooper Bep Chavez was on his way home at around 3pm, when he encountered a cow running down Diversion Road.
LOOK: Matapos ang dalawang ostrich sa Quezon City kahapon at biik sa Cebu City kanina, baka naman ang nakawala ngayong hapon sa Iloilo City. ???? pic.twitter.com/W3MbfhoNuo— YouScoop (@YouScoop) August 5, 2020
Needless to say, the Jumanji joke from yesterday remain stuck among netizens, who continue to be bewildered by such strange occurrences to make for one hell of a year.
By the way, the ostrich incident in Quezon City involved not one, but two flightless birds. By Tuesday afternoon, one of them was seen captured.
And in case you were wondering, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources says it's perfectly okay to keep an ostrich — as long as you have the necessary permits, that is. — Jannielyn Ann Bigtas/LA, GMA News