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Video Footage of Raging Man Who Used Own Daughter as “Kalso” During MMDA Clearing Operation Elicits Comments

The intense video footage of a raging man who used his own daughter as “Kalso” during the MMDA’s clearing operation goes viral.

The YouTube channel “papajoe TV vlog” has shared the video footage of a raging man who used his daughter as “Kalso” to stop MMDA’s clearing operation. The video garnered various reactions from the online community.

In the video, it can be seen that the MMDA personnel together with clearing employees have conducted the operation at a residential area in Tondo, Manila. The authorities cleared the road from any obstruction and obstacles.

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Unfortunately, some residents showed their opposition to the MMDA employees who were towing motorcycles, vehicles and other objects causing obstruction along road. The tension escalates in the area due to the clearing operation.

After a few moments, a raging man confronted the road personnel and used his own daughter as ‘kalso’ or wedge to stop the tow truck from conducting the clearing operation in the area. he repeatedly put his daughter underneath the truck every time she tried to get away from the vehicle.

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The video has a caption of:

CLEARING OPERATION HERBOSA ST. TEAM GEN. SUKAT MTPB, METAL GEAR TOWING MMDA

The social media users expressed their reactions to the post:

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