The beggar Melanie has been identified and is now with her sister and has been taken to the hospital for treatment!
She was spotted on their social media post, so they were immediately contacted so that Mona and her long -lost sister Melanie could meet. Melanie was taken to Barangay Alabang where Mona lives.
The homeless lady was taken to the National Center for Mental Health to assess his condition.
We recall last week a news anchor got a free hug from her during her live and it went viral overnight that one netizen commented if it is her auntie who has been missing for almost two decay.
“TITA NENA, SANA IKAW NA ‘YAN.”
Matapos mag-viral online ang larawan ng “free hug” na ginawa ng isang babaeng palaboy sa isang reporter ng ABS-CBN News, umaasa ang isang netizen na ito na ang kaniyang nawawalang Tita Nena na higit isang dekada na nilang hinahanap.
Sa Cavite pa nila huling namataan ang tiyahin noong 2008.
“Tita Nena, sana ikaw na ‘yan. Sana makita ka na namin. Sobrang tagal ka namin hinihintay na umuwI at hinanap ka din ng mga kapatid mo,” ayon sa Facebook post ni Patricia Pangilinan Macaldo.
Kuwento naman ng isa pang posibleng kaanak ng babae, hindi ito ang unang beses na nawala ang kanilang “Tita Nena.”
“May nag-alok lang po na mamasukan sa Cavite. Tapos ‘yon, nabalitaan na lang po namin na umalis daw po sa pinapasukan niya. Wala na po kaming naging balita sa kaniya,” ayon kay Sunshine Azarcon.
Ayon naman sa niyakap na reporter na si Izzy Lee, may iba pang nagpadala ng mensahe sa kaniya na maaaring ang palaboy ay ang nawawala nilang kaanak.
Kabilang dito ang isang mula Australia na nagsabing kamukha ng palaboy ang nanay niyang higit dalawang dekada nang nawawala.
May natanggap din si Lee na mensahe sa Twitter na nagsabing kahawig ng nawawala niyang lola ang babae.
(After the photo of the “free hug” made by a homeless woman to an ABS-CBN News reporter went viral online, this netizen hopes that his missing Tita Nena, whom they have been looking for for more than a decade.
They last saw their aunt in Cavite in 2008.
“Aunt Nena, I hope it’s you. Hope to see you soon. We have been waiting for you to come home for too long and your siblings are also looking for you, ”according to a Facebook post by Patricia Pangilinan Macaldo.
As for the story of another possible relative of the woman, this is not the first time they have lost their “Tita Nena.”
“Someone just offered to work in Cavite. After that, we just heard that he left his place of work. We haven’t heard from him yet, ”said Sunshine Azarcon.
According to the embraced reporter Izzy Lee, someone else sent a message to her that the homeless person may be their missing relative.
Among them was one from Australia who said his mother looked like a homeless person who had been missing for more than two decades.
Lee also received a message on Twitter saying that the woman looked like his missing grandmother.)