CITY OF SAN JOSE DEL MONTE, Bulacan — “Lugaw” girl or rice porridge busy preparing legal response for her actions recently at the Muzon barangay checkpoint.
The said woman, name temporarily withheld, confirmed to RONDA BALITA Online that they are preparing legal answers on the possible legal implication in her actions on the lugaw incident in a telephone interview yesterday (Thursday) morning.
A viral video in the social of a Grab driver who was prevented from delivering a “lugaw” order made headlines in news reports when the said person, a woman, insist that lugaw is not a food essential and therefore not allowed to be delivered and pass through the barangay checkpoint.
The said woman explained to RONDA BALITA Online “sinasagot namin ng legal ang lahat so mas mabuti siguro na huwag na muna ako magbigay ng any comments sa media.”
When asked if she was charged for her actions, she said that she needs to prepare and that “ginawa lang po naming ang trabaho namin” and added she will give an advisory when she is already prepared to give further information about the incident.
Meanwhile RONDA BALITA Online tried to get a comment about the incident from San Jose del Monte City Mayor Arthur Robes since Wednesday but as of Thursday evening no reply was received by this writer. (RONDA BALITA Online)
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