With his little bowl of candy, Cirilo Gómez Trujillo entered the Inkay chicken shop, put his candy in his backpack and sat down. “I was born in Huánuco in 1954, I am 70 years old and this is the first gift,” he commented happily.
The septuagenarian who sells sweets on Paseo la Breña was one of the more than 200 vendors and homeless people captured by the family police officers who took them to the restaurant that was going to give away 210 portions to people of precarious economy and they also gave him a gift.
In the middle of the dance of ‘Polito’ and the policemen, in a few minutes, elderly people and mothers tasted the dish most consumed by Peruvians.
“We are sharing with people who do not have the possibility of acquiring a quarter of a chicken, since we celebrate this Sunday the day of grilled chicken. We do it in gratitude for the reception we have received,” said Henry Cóndor, manager of the chicken shop.