BAGUIO CITY, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – Hundreds of thousands of Baguio City residents are melancholy to on a craving strike commencement on Mar 1 this year.
March 1 is the start of the doing of a new city bidding that prohibits fish vendors from cleaning and scaling the fish that they sell at the Baguio City Public Market.
The bidding is ostensible to residence environmental and drainage problems caused by vendors charity this free service to their customers.
Most Baguio residents who rest on fresh fish for their daily dishes are not happy and so they are orgnizing a city-wide craving strike that will last until the city supervision repeals the new ordinance.
”I’ve never scaled or spotless fish in my whole life,” says one Baguio resident. “It was so available for me that the fish vendors always do it for me.”
“This whole thing smells genuine fishy,” pronounced another proprietor who goes to the marketplace bland to squeeze fish for her family’s meals.