Cebu Student In Viral “Wang-Wang” Video Surrendered To LTO-7
CEBU – The student who went viral for using a siren to go to school surrendered to the Land Transportation Office Central Visayas (LTO-7).
The student, identified as Judiel Niño Cane, went viral after he drove to an aeronautic school using a siren since he is late from his examination.
“I learned my lesson. What I did was wrong”
(Lesson learned na kaayo to nga dili maayo ang akong gibuhat)
According to SunStar, Cane confirmed that he did use the siren because he was late for class. He added that the reason why he owned one was out of curiosity and he been joining car shows, where modifying cars is popular.
Flordeliza Monceda, Land Transportation Office Chief of Operations, said that the student will have to pay the penalty amounting to P8,000 for reckless driving and violation of Presidential Decree (PD) No. 96.
PD 96 was signed in January 13, 1973 which declares the unlawful use or attachment of sirens, bells, horns, whistles, or similar gadgets that produce exceptionally loud or startling sounds.
As per the report, Cane also turned over his license and car registration to LTO authorities. He was issued a temporary operator’s permit (TOP).
Victor Caindec, LTO Central Visayas Director, said that he appreciated Cane for willingly surrendering himself to authorities.
“We got his statement regarding the incident and made an assessment. We also told him of his violations.”
(Gikuhaan namo siya og statement sa circumstances nga nahitabo, unya nihatag mi sa amoang assessment ug amo siyang gipasabot unsa iyang violations, iya ra sad gi acknowledge dayon,)
The video was from an account “JasmineKingChan” as she recorded the actions of Cane. When asked if the woman was allegedly Chan’s daughter, he neither confirmed nor denied the allegations.
“I was the driver. I’m the only one at fault. Other passengers are not involved in this”
(Ako ra’y driver. Ako ra’y nakasala. Wala’y labot ang mga passengers ana)
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