Being the humorous person that he is and to ease kababayan‘s tension amid the eruption of Mayon Volcano, a man had a hilarious idea to help extinguish the ashes brought about by the phenomenal activities of the volcano
It seemed like a hobby of his since this wasn’t his first attempt, and his second video happened to be a lot “viral” than the first
In a video shared by Gary Bañaga on Facebook, a man was seen trying to blow away the ash fall at “Kalye Ronot”, Barangay Calzada, Guinobatan, Albay.
Using his super powers, Delber Hinaut a.k.a. Super Nak was seen balancing from his favorite spot while trying to blow away the Mayon’s ash fall with his unplugged electric fan. Yes, just an electric fan. So much for being a big help.
Mr. Bañaga shared in an interview that the ‘heroic’ incident was recorded around 2:00 p.m. Monday; a few hours after the Mayon erupted at noon.
In just a few hours, his uploaded video was shared more than 5,300 times,gaining more than 292,000 views as of this posting. Comments have, likewise, poured on the video; with many finding it funny and uplifting.
However, it’s not the first time Super Nak did such an act to bring humor amid a very trying situation. Super Nak is rather known for his wit and crazy humor.
On January 17, Super Nak ‘courageously’ fought the ashes with an abaniko (Filipino native fan). That video of him was viewed over 12,000 times.
The Filipinos are known to be happy people; even in times of calamity and suffering, they always find ways to smile. We are resilient and naturally happy. An example of which are the Bicolanos, just like a previous story when cheerful Albayanos did the “Chili Cha Cha” in the rain during a funeral.
If you think about it, Super Nak is a real hero. With his humor, he was able to ease the stress of many Bicolanos. The real power here is the innate fighting spirit and resilience of Filipinos that even other countries adore; that even Yolanda, Mayon, or World War II couldn’t shatter.