Consolacion traffic enforcer dances while easing traffic

By: Immae Lachica - General Assignments Reporter/CDN Digital | March 21,2021 - 05:00 PM

A traffic enforcer dances while manning traffic in a street in Consolacion town in northern Cebu.

CEBU CITY, Philippines— Traffic jams are the worse!

The traffic really stresses every one, luckily for the motorists in the north, one traffic enforcer sure knows how to make traffic jams less stressful.

This traffic enforcer was caught dancing while manning the traffic in Consolacion, Cebu, Thursday, March 18, 2021.

Ka-Siloy  Lidef Batlag Adatak Jr., shared his video online with the caption, “ SALUTE ANING TRAFFIC ENFORCER SA CONSOLACION-CEBU.

Abatak who came from Lilo-an that day had to stop at a gas station in Consolacion for a quick gas up when he noticed the dancing traffic enforcer.

He said it was his first time to see a dancing traffic enforcer.

With the heat and the traffic, Abatak admired how the traffic enforcer in Consolacion managed to still entertain motorists and passersby with his dance number.

“Dili Jud lalim ilang trabaho. Salute and Respect sa mga Traffic enforcers doing their Job heartily,” he said.

(It is not an easy job. I salute and respect the traffic enforcers for doing their job passionately.)

With the video posted online by CDN Digital, let us read some of the netizens’ comments:

To the traffic enforcer in Consolacion, stay hydrated, keep up the good work and we salute your dedication to make your job easier and better for everyone!

/dbs

Read: FACES OF CEBU: Joseph Angtud, 52, traffic enforcer

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