Italian sets the example and asks Yucatan residents to keep the streets clean

0
56

An Italian man living in a community in Yucatán sets the example by picking up trash from the streets and asks the community to follow him.

Among the news today that is causing controversy on social networks, a foreign man is reported asking a community in Yucatán to keep the streets clean of garbage.

The man’s name is Alessandro, of Italian origin and who has been living for some time in Valladolid, Yucatán.

This stranger became news after a social media user who calls himself Gio V., shared photos of the man cleaning the streets of the community.

According to Gio, Alessandro gave “a very big lesson” by cleaning the streets and inviting his neighbors to do the same.

This Italian has inspired the people of Valladolid, making Gio and some of his neighbors take the decision of helping the Italian to clean the streets, leaving two blocks free of garbage.

“If we want a clean world, we have to clean IT UP.”

Those were the alleged words of the Italian, to invite his neighbors to clean the streets.

Italian sets the example and asks Yucatan residents to keep the streets clean
Foreigner cleans streets of Valladolid

It is worth mentioning that Gio stated that if we all had the spirit of this foreigner, the planet would be a totally different place.

Foreigner caught the attention of social media

After making the work of this foreigner known, several users of social networks could not help reacting, claiming that it is usually foreigners who set the example, however, a woman named Raquel G., said that her father is Yucatecan and gets up early every day to sweep the entire corner of his house and keep it litter-free.

Italian sets the example and asks Yucatan residents to keep the streets clean
Ask your neighbors to join in the street cleaning.

It is worth mentioning that several users agreed that the garbage problem is a matter of education and it is a shame that foreigners have to come to Yucatan to set the example.

Source: La Verdad

The Yucatan Post

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here