Saturday, 4 July 2020

Chepito Celebrating His 112th At Fridays!

José Delgado, known as “Chepito”, celebrating his 112th birthday at Fridays last year. Today he celebrates his 113th, continuing to be the oldest man in Costa Rica.

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