Abogado, sinagot kung may pananagutan nga ba ang Takoyaki shop na naglunsad ng ‘Tattoo sa noo’ April Fool’s Prank

A vlogger and lawyer discussed the viral April Fool’s Day prank gone wrong.

On April 1, 2024, a man reportedly tattooed the logo of an establishment on his forehead after he read a post from a popular Japanese street food chain, Taragis Ta-Q-Yaki, which indicated that they would reward P100,000 to anyone who would fulfill the challenge.

The establishment refused to give P100,000 pesos to the man and insisted that it was the fault of people who didn’t have reading comprehension.

“After that, we received a number of messages claiming that our post was executed and that someone had taken it seriously. Let this serve as a reminder to us all how important reading comprehension is. It’s April Fool’s Day. Never trust anything or anyone. The same as any other day,” the management wrote.

According to Atty. Anselmo Rodiel IV, Taragis Ta-Q-Yaki had no liability to pay the P100,000, saying that there was no perfected contract between the establishment and the man.

“With that being said, basic reading comprehension po. Wala pong naging perfected contract. Unang-una makikita nating hindi complete ‘yong offer. Kasi nga inilagay niya may official rule, tapos hindi naman nakalagay doon sa pinaka-post. Paano siya magiging complete offer ‘diba?” the lawyer said.

The establishment also made it clear that their post was a joke.

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