Jeffrey Jaskie Sioson, the delivery man who went viral on Facebook after battling exhaustion while delivering a parcel from Binondo, Manila all the way to Bacoor, Cavite on a small bicycle, has received a new one on Tuesday.


In a post of Tondo Cartel, a clothing line in Tondo, a beaming Sioson is seen posing with a brand new bicycle, courtesy of the shop owner. Since the posting of his story, the shop owner has been looking for Sioson.

In a video they also posted, Sioson expressed gratitude to those who extended financial assistance to him. He was at first reluctant to receive the money, but he was urged to take it so he can use it to buy his protective gear when biking.

“Tol (brother), sipagan mo lang, huwag ka hihinto. Samahan mo ng dasal at pagmamahal sa kapwa, panigurado may mararating ka (Just keep going and never stop, Pray and show to love others and no doubt about it, you will go a long way,” the owner of Tondo Cartel told Sioson.

Michael Jamandre, the customer from Cavite, made the appreciation post for Sioson when he found out after almost three hours of waiting that the delivery man was only using a small bike.

Jamandre said he was shocked when he saw how small the bike that Sioson had used for the delivery and that he was only going to be paid P250 for the service

What netizens found even more moving was when Sioson refused the P250 tip being offered by Jamandre. He said he did it because he knew how tiring it was to travel on the small bike all the way from Manila to Cavite. He even had to force Sioson to take the tip but he returned P100 and said that he was already content with P150.

“Ang sabi lang ni kuya, naku boss, ok lang yun. Kasama sa trabaho namin yun (Sioson said that it’s fine and that it’s part of his job),” Jamandre said.

Since the posting of his story, a lot of people have expressed their willingness to help Sioson.

Source: Manila Bulletin (