PCG Employees Caught on Camera Violating “Bawal Angkas” Law
Some PCG employees were caught on camera breaking the “Bawal Angkas” policy on motorcycle without a license plate.
A Facebook user Pinky Lim has a photo of several employees of the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) riding a motorcycle despite the strict implementation of no backriding policy being implemented by the Inter-Agency Task Force on Emerging Infectious Diseases.
Lim spotted the quarantine violators along Roxas Boulevard’s northbound lane. The driver is wearing a fatigue uniform while his backrider is wearing the PCG athletic uniform. The motorcycle has no license plate.
“Pag naka-uniform pwede angkas. Wala pang plate number, Very good sir. Mapapamura ka na lang talaga,” Lim said.
PCG spokesman Commodore Armand Balilo has already submitted the photo of PCG workers who commit a violation to the intelligence division for an investigation. Balilo also said that the PCG would determine the sanctions for those employees.
Under the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act, anyone who will be caught violating the anti-back riding policy will be fined P5,000 and would face charges, according to the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority traffic czar Bong Nebrija.
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