translated from Spanish: Thanks to a «meme», they locate a missing man for ten years

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Mexico.-Daily traverse the network million viral photographs. Taken from any part of the world, it is difficult to know who are the protagonists of the «memes». However, in Mexico Eugenio Arellano Betancourt’s relatives were able to recognize him at the moment in a Twitter «meme» after spending ten years missing.
It was a user of the platform who took the snapshot of Arellano to publish a «meme» with the phrase «I when I hear the Mexican national anthem.» Not knowing that it was a missing man, the inhabitants of Nuevo Laredo explain that Eugenio Arellano, known as «El Arenales», frequents the area where the photo was taken. Local sources explain to the newspaper «the Morning» that he used to spend the day begging in the parking lot of the shop OXXO that comes in instantaneous and then he was heading to a street of the area to extend some bedspreads and to spend the night in the open.
When I heard the Mexican national anthem ?
Ay to be patriotic no jingoistic #SiguemeYTeSigo #FelizLunes
— Alan Becerril (@AlanBecerrilOfi) May 28, 2019

Twitter/Alan Becerril
The family had been searching for a decade for the original man from Durango, 800 kilometers from Nuevo Laredo, where he was located. After so long looking for it, the relatives have expressed their emotion and their intention to meet with him.
Source: Antena 3

Original source in Spanish

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