• A Facebook user captured a Jollibee mascot while riding a delivery vehicle
  • Jollibee is an American-style fast food restaurant with Filipino-influenced dishes
  • Jollibee’s menu includes burgers, spaghetti, chicken and some local Filipino dishes

What if Jollibee personally brings the food you order right in front your door?

A Facebook user witnessed an unusual scene along a street somewhere in Metro Manila — a Jollibee mascot driving a delivery motorcyle.

“Jollibee delivery!” Internet user C. Villanueva captioned the photo which he posted on Facebook.

Jollibee is an American-style fast food restaurant with Filipino-influenced dishes. The restaurant’s menu includes burgers, spaghetti, chicken and some local Filipino dishes. Jollibee’s flagship product, however, is its fried chicken, which is branded as Chickenjoy.

Jollibee — a large bee mascot dressed in a blazer, shirt, and chef’s hat — was introduced by the brand in 1980. It is, perhaps, the most widely recognized character in the Philippines.

The mascot Jollibee was designed to epitomize Filipino optimism.

“The bee hops around and produces sweet things for life, and is happy even though it is busy,” Tony Tan explains, comparing the mascot’s character to the Filipino working folk.

Meanwhile, in 2008, a children’s television program called Jollitown was launched by Jollibee and friends. The timing was chosen to highlight Jollibee’s 30th anniversary. The stars of the show are Jollibee and his friends — Yum the scientist, Twirlie the star performer, Hetty the chearleader and Popo the gym coach.

Watch Jollibee take the Running Man Challenge: