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2024 began in Japan with a magnitude tremor 7.6 that moved the Noto peninsula with force. People who were in the foreign country They shared their experiences on social networks: from damage to the town’s infrastructure, to the reaction of the inhabitants.
On TikTok, the Internet user @mauviajero, published the video of two Latinos who recorded the natural phenomenon while they were in a restaurant; capturing people’s behavior in its wake.
What was the moment like?
“Oh yeah, it’s shaking, huh,” commented one of the Latino men who recorded the video, while he focused on one of the lamps that moved from one side to the other. The scared men didn’t know what to do.
However, what caught their attention the mostn of the telluric movement was that the residents of Japan, despite the fact that the tremor was apparently strong they acted normally. Only the two of them were recording the moment.
“See how it moves and no one does anything (…) And it continues, huh. I’ve been recording for more than a minute now,” said one of the men.
With amazement, The man questioned why people continued with their activities. and even, for a moment, he thought that he and his friend were dizzy.
“Don’t be a sucker. See, no one cares (…) Or, will you and I be dizzy, dude?”, noted the Internet user.
The other man denied that they were dizzy and confirmed that he was shaking. On the other hand, he focused on the habitants that They continued tasting their food in the restaurant; The employees also continued serving diners.
Networks react to Latinos in Japan
The video 14 hours after being uploaded to TikTok It has already added more than 301 thousand reproductions, almost 15 thousand likes and more than 500 comments; Internet users took the opportunity to comment on their opinions, below we will tell you:
- “The real one: ‘I don’t run, I don’t scream, I don’t push.”
- “That’s the confidence that you know the building won’t fall.”
- “Those of us who are from Oaxaca are already used to it.”
- “I would already be outside hahaha it shakes and I’m faster than Usain Bolt.”
- “It’s the confidence that the buildings are already designed for earthquakes, they know they are safe.”