Catholic universe are getting wet and splashy to praise the devour of Saint John the Baptist, Barangay Bibiclat's occupants and lovers cover themselves with mud. Taong Putik Festival that how pariahs named the occasion is commended each 24th of June to respect and express appreciation to the town's supporter. Local people called the religious custom as pag-sa-San Juan. They douse their selves with mud from the rice fields and dress with mud-recolored, dried banana leaves or wild vines.
The mud individuals or taong putik in Filipino at that point gather before the ward church to laud, petition God for good abundance, and commend the devour. Be that as it may, en-route to the congregation, they thump the occupants' ways to request candles or donations to purchase candles. Those unspent money related donations are normally offered willfully to the congregation amid the mass offering for a more prominent reason.
A formal parade trails the mass. Nobody knows the correct history of the custom. Be that as it may, as indicated by some elderly, individuals promised to pay tribute and commitment to John the Baptist by wearing outfits designed to his. A book of scriptures verse states: John was loaded with mud and vines on his body when he arranged the route for the Jesus and invites him with this appearance.