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‘Judith’ scares as kid puts on water and electric bills at Halloween party

/ 06:20 PM October 28, 2019

MANILA, Philippines — For the parents of this little boy, no ghouls, monsters nor strange elements could perhaps spook them off better than “Judith.”

A now-viral Facebook post from a company Halloween party in Quezon City showed a kid wearing an everyday garb but made extraordinary – and scary – by the attached water and electric bills nearing “Judith” that roughly hints at “due date.”

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“Grabe ‘yung costume nung batang ‘to, nakakatakot talaga…,” Nexil Palabrica captioned his Facebook post, which already garnered over 46,000 reactions and shared more than 55,000 times as of posting.

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Grabe ung costume nung batang to, nakakatakot talaga…😰" JUDITH "#vxipanorama

Posted by Nexil S. Palabrica on Saturday, October 26, 2019

INQUIRER.net was able to reach Palabrica and asked him about his post. According to him, he attended a company Halloween party with his son last Friday and was pleasantly charmed by the boy’s costume.

“Natuwa lng po ako kaya pinicturan ko agad haha… nakakatakot naman kasi talaga si ‘Judith’,” he said.

“Pakwelang costume lng din talga… effortless pero my tatak talaga eh,” he added. /kga

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