GRO to File Complaint Against Fil-Chinese Involved in Road Rage in Quezon City
Guest Relation Officer (GRO) of Fil-Chinese who recently involved in a road rage with policemen in Quezon City surfaced to file complaint.
GRO, who had spent the night with the Fil-Chinese, readily gave testimony to the cops. Avin Tan recently became enraged and ransacked the SOGO Hotel, prompting police to pursue him from Quezon City to Manila on Tuesday morning.
The GRO who disguised under the identity ‘Tin Tin’, 21, went to Quezon City Police District (QCPD) Kamuning Police Station 10 to file a complaint against Arvin Tan, 46. TinTin will file a case for violating RA 9208 or Anti-Trafficking in Person, led by P/Lt. Col. Alex Alberto.
Tan took Tin Tin to the Sogo Hotel but did not pay her after having an intimate moment with her, according to Tin Tin’s sworn confession. According to Tin Tin, a friend recommended Tan, who was a frequent visitor at the club where she works.
Tan had even message Tin Tin on Viber to order a strong capsule for him before going to the Hotel. Tan urged her to stand up and remove her shorts when she arrived at the motel.
“Hinubad ko na lahat ng damit ko, tapos humiga ako, tapos nakikita ko na may sinisindihan siyang foil at may usok. Tapos binuksan niya yung TV, tapos humiga na siya at nag-umpisa na akong magtrabaho sa kaniya,” the GRO said in a statement.
Nagpahinga kami ng konti at nakita ko na sinusunog niya ang kanyang cellphone gamit ang lighter. Tapos nagsalita siya ng “KAILANGAN KONG LABASAN, KASI HIRAP AKONG UMIHI, MAY BARADO, tapos nagstart na ulit kami,” said Tin Tin.
When the GRO awoke, he witnessed Tan fighting with the room boy. When the ruckus began, Tan instructed her to simply send her the amount and then flee. Tan was arrested on Tuesday after colliding with numerous vehicles on the road to avoid being apprehended by QCPD officers.
He was reportedly refusing to pay the hotel bill and instead demanding P20,000 from the employees. Tan was apprehended after chasing QC cops and the Manila Police District (MPD) along Recto Ave., near Nicanor Reyes St., in Manila, where he was ultimately caught.
The suspect is accused of breaking RA 10586 (An Act Punishing Persons Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, Dangerous Drugs, and Similar Substances, and for Other Purposes), Section 11 of RA 9165 (The Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002), Estafa (Non-Payment), Reckless Imprudence Resulting in Damage to Government Property, Resistance and Disobedience to a Person in Authority, and R&D to (ACP).
Tan also rammed the MPD for the first time in September 2017 and is facing charges of Direct Assault, Usurpation of Authority, Malicious Mischief resulting in Property Damage, Unjust Vexation, Anti-Littering, Alarm and Scandal, Resistance and Disobedience of Lawful Authority, after it was caught filming the witness in the ‘fatal hazing’ of a law student at the University of Santo Tomas (UST).
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