An epic tarpaulin layout fail happens to be generating buzz around the web right after it was published as well as shared on several social networking sites such as in Facebook by a certain Jb Angeles who took a snap shot of the odd tarpaulin style.
The photograph that was initially published on Facebook appears just like with every other regular tarpaulins used by people in politics who usually desired to add their faces along with their project. A lot of politicians in the Philippines typically desires their photographs affixed in the project outline, however, this time around an error by the designer ends up Netizens giggling.
The tarp displays the point of view of a market structure, that is a project of the LGU in the leadership of Honorable Jay Manalo Ilagan. The viral banner was displayed at a roadside in Maataas Na Kahoy, Batangas.
The tarp looks common however when you focus your sight on the yellow arrow at bottom of the building (project), it looks aiming to the picture of the Mayor rather than the project site, with the associating statement that says “This is where Our Taxes Go.“