2 Female Vloggers Who Brought “Essential Lugaw” in Barangay Muzon Arrested
Barangay Muzon local government arrested two (2) alleged female vloggers after they brought “essential lugaw” which is controversial in the said area.
The rice porridge or “lugaw” recently viral after video of a barangay personnel apprehended a delivery rider and claimed that the porridge was not an ‘essential goods’. The barangay Muzon is now controversial after their officials earned criticisms online due to “lugaw” issue.
Meanwhile, two vloggers are now facing the Unjust Vexation case for what they did. According to the barangay chair, Marciano Gatchalian of Muzon San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan, these two vloggers allegedly brought porridge with the words “For barangay Muzon, essential po ang lugaw, para po matikman nyo lahat ng taga Baranggay Muzon *Happy Eating*”
While handing the porridge to them, they allegedly recording a video for their vlog. The barangay official also said that what was done to their barangay seemed insulting.
“Bini-video na nila so talagang pinlano nila na ang barangay ay insultuhin. Wala na rin po kaming choice kasi harap na harap sa pulis noong dalhin ‘yung lugaw kaya pati pulis nagalit sa kanila. Kaya ‘yung pulis na rin ang nagdesisyon na dalhin sa estasyon at kasuhan ng unjust vexation kasi masyadong intentional ‘yung kanilang ginawa,” said Muzon chair.
It is said that since the porridge given to the barangay was cooked, two vloggers have been filming it. These two vloggers are said to be from Bagong Silang.
As a result, Muzon’s local government files an “unjust vexation” charge against the two. The two female vloggers are now being held by the police.
Unjust vexation is based on Article 287 of our Revised Penal Code which states: “any other coercion of unjust vexation shall be punished by minor arrest or a fine ranging from One thousand pesos (P1,000) to not more than Forty thousand pesos (P40,000), or both. ” This means that anyone convicted of the crime of unjust vexation can also be imprisoned for from one to thirty days and/or fined from one thousand pesos to forty thousand pesos.
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