In dealing with the outbreak of COVID-19, countries have executed different measures. Some have opted to be more stringent and implemented a lockdown while others have chosen to have their cities under community quarantine.
Still, whichever got elected between the two, it meant people needed to adjust to a new lifestyle. And while most found it easy going without their favorite things, this man had a pretty tough time.
Antonio Muñoz, from Mexico, thought he was adapting well with their city on lockdown until its third day when his cravings started to strike. From that time on, the thought of his favorite goody, Cheetos, never left his mind.
What’s worse was that he lives right in the middle of the city where he’s surrounded by stores selling them.
We’re sure nothing could have been more agonizing. The good thing is he has such a reliable buddy ready to help whenever he can! He is Chiko, Antonio’s tiny Chihuahua.
With a pen and a paper, Antonio wrote a note addressed to the clerk of a convenience store just on the corner of the street, which he then tied on Chiko. And before letting him go, he made sure to give him a short briefing, so everything goes as planned.
With full trust and confidence, Antonio waited and watched from his window while Chiko journeyed outside. And the moment Chiko, at last, got out from the mart with a bag of Cheetos, Antonio leaped in delight!
It seems like his warning was effective after all. In the letter, Antonio had written that if the clerk did not take care of his order, Chiko would bite him.
What a creative way to make sure you don’t get out of stock with Cheetos during lockdown Antonio! Indeed, it’s a bright idea, others should follow so they could satisfy their cravings while not sacrificing their safety.
Source at Antonio Muñoz via Facebook