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Online shopper prepares hilarious 'Natanggap ko na' backdrop for proof of delivery photos


An online shopper prepared a "Natanggap ko na" studio backdrop to use for photos that delivery riders often require as proof of delivery.

Joyceeh Hernandez Epino went viral on Facebook after she posted photos of herself posing in front the backdrop she created whenever she received packages of her online purchases.

She said whenever delivery riders would often call her name to receive the package, she always looked physically unprepared for the "proof of delivery" photo op. 

"Na-frustrate kasi ako dahil ilang beses na bigla na lang nagsisisigaw si kuya ng 'Delivery para kay Joyceeh Epino!' Eh wala pa kong bra. Nagtatapis lang ako lagi ng tuwalya. Walang kadignidad-dignidad," she narrated in the caption of her post.

After experiencing the same incident over and over again, she told herself she would prepare for the photo ops required by online delivery services.

"Kaya ipinangako ko sa aking sarili na paghahandaan ko si kuya. Ikalawa: Upang tugunan ang hamon ni Chamz Cayabyab-Zulueta na kabugin ang babaeng marangal challenge. Wag niyo akong china-challenge, bukod sa competitive ako, mapagpatola ako," she explained.

In an interview with GMA News Online, she explained her intention in posting the photos on Facebook.

"In the spirit of spreading love and good vibes in a nation torn by political divide, natural disasters, global pandemic and a plethora of social issues... GORA! LAVERN! Yun naman po ang intention ko sa post. Mabawasan ang HATE sa mundo at mapasalamatan ang mga frontliners nating delivery men," she said.

And then she asked, "Sa 24 Oras po na segment ito, tama ba?" 

"Naniniwala po ako sa kasabihang i-push nating mag-viral ang good news pero maging responsable para wag mag-spread ang virus!" She continued.

“Endaaaaayyyy thank you. Confidently beautiful with a heart and a BACKDROP with costume change, JOYCEEH HERNANDEZ EPINO."

As of this writing, Joyceeh’s post garnered over 11,000 reactions and more than 6,000 shares.

Online shopping platforms require delivery personnel to take photos of recipient of the package as a proof of delivery. — Jannielyn Ann Bigtas and Jessica Bartolome/LA, GMA News

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