Taragis, ibinigay ang P100,000 sa lalakeng nagpa-tattoo ng logo ng kanyang negosyo: “Para sa bunso kong anak”

The businessman who went viral on social media due to his April Fool’s Prank apologized for the statement they previously posted.

It can be recalled that a man thought that the challenge published by the Taragis Takoyaki shop was serious, so he decided to tattoo the shop logo on his forehead, hoping to receive P100,000.


At first, the establishment was not willing to give P100,000, but fortunately, its owner, Carl Quion, decided to give the money to the man.

In a video, Quion visited the man who was a resident of North Caloocan for an interview.

During the interview, Quion asked the man why he put Taragis’ logo on his forehead for the said amount of money.

The man responded, saying that he badly needed money to support the education of his son who had Down syndrome.


“Para sa bunso kong anak tsaka pang-tuition ng anak ko. Service ng anak kong bunso [na may] down syndrome,” he said.

Netizens couldn’t stop themselves from being emotional after they heard the story of the man, calling him a loving father.

Taragis also expressed regret in his previous statements.

“Kaya sa mga nagkaroon ng negatibong pananaw sa naging April Fools’ post namin, humihingi ako ng tawad,” said Quion.


“At sana magsilbing aral ito sa ating lahat, lalo na sa mga kapwa influencers ko o brand na nasa internet na maging responsable tayo sa lahat ng ina-upload natin,” he added.

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