Delivery Rider Files Complaint vs Barangay Officials Over Viral “Lugaw” Issue
The Grab delivery rider will file a formal complaint against barangay officials after being threatened due to a viral “lugaw” issue.
On Facebook, rider Marvin Ignacio shares a live video where said he was traumatized by what barangay officials from Muzon, San Jose del Monte did. Ignacio seeks help after suspicious men came to his house after the viral “lugaw” incident.
According to him, three men went to his house on Thursday night, carrying a memorandum ordering the closure of “Lugaw Pilipinas,” the store involved in the viral curfew apprehension.
He revealed that the suspicious men went to his house amid curfew hours. He added that they also shouted at him.
As a result, Ignacio went Facebook live to expose the suspicious men and their supposed purpose. Ignacio also went to the police to file a blotter report.
“Sana po matulungan ninyo kami. Pinagiinitan na naman yung Lugaw Pilipinas. May nagpunta po doon, tama po ba yun… Pasensya na po ha, kasi natatakot ako… Baka saktan nila ako,” he said.
“Kahina-hinala yung galaw nila. Wala silang kasamang barangay tanod, wala silang [police] mobile. Naka-motor lang talaga sila, tapos ang gusto nila isara yung tindahan kasi mayroon daw silang memo na pinapakita,” he added.
Ignacio is the Grab delivery rider who recently went viral online after a barangay officials apprehended him for picking up a rice porridge or “lugaw” during curfew hours. “Lugaw Queen” – the lady barangay official caught on video claimed that rice porridge is not included in the list of essential goods.
The video went viral and earned criticisms online. After the incident, the Palace, Grab PH, and the barangay executives express their reactions regarding the viral issue.
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