Subsequent to having been hitched for more than 20 years now, the Perales couple, who live on the walkways of Osmeña Boulevard in Cebu City, at long last got out on the town on Thursday, February 14, 2019.
The Perales couple were among the two destitute families who were blessed to receive an unexpected date composed by the Cebu City Mobile Force Company (CMFC) for Valentine's Day.
The two families were stunned when they were grabbed by staff from the CMFC just to wind up serenaded by cops with adoration melodies. The police additionally gave them blossoms, heart-formed inflatables, sustenance, and wine.
"Nakuyawan gyud mi kay police na nidampot namo. Karun, na stun mi unya nalipay pitiful mi," said Rosalina Perales, whose spouse and five kids live in the city.
The Peraleses have 12 kids yet a large portion of them have effectively left Cebu City and now have their very own families.
Rosalina looks out for their outstanding kids while her significant other, Sixto, fills in as an aide for a tire fix shop in Barangay Labangon.
"Lipay kaayo mi. Wala mi annoy expect nga mao diay ni ang tuyo nila (police)," said Rosalina.
The unexpected Valentine's Day festivity for the destitute in downtown Cebu City was an activity of the Police Advisory Council of the CMFC in Cebu City.
Boss Inspector Chuck Barandog, CMFC boss, said this is their first time to direct an unexpected Valentine's Day movement for the underestimated in the city.
"These individuals, they may have effectively overlooked that February 14 is Valentine's Day and it's something to celebrate. However, as a general rule, they can't in light of their circumstance," said Barandog.
"This is the reason we pick them with the goal that they, as well, can even now feel the pith of Valentine's Day," he included.
Beside nourishment, wine, and blossoms, the Police Advisory Council additionally given sustenance packs, sacks of rice, and budgetary help to the families