Traffic Violator Who Went Raging Against Officials Was Son of Former TV Host-Politician
A viral video showing a traffic violator raging against officials after being apprehended was found the son of a former TV host-politician.
Franz Luke Sioson Orbos, a traffic violation, was recently apprehended for allegedly parking in an inappropriate location. His careless parking was said to have hampered traffic flow along Susana Heights Road in Muntinlupa City’s Barangay Tunasan.
According to the video that went viral on social media, after he was admonished by the authorities, Franz became enraged, screaming, and insulting the traffic enforcer and members of the Philippine National Police (PNP) who tried to talk to him and calm him down.
The video was more than four minutes long as solid evidence against Franz, who repeatedly challenged police to a fight. Franz even told the police: “Bakit mo ako titiketan? Ano ang ginawa ko? Hindi n’yo ba ako kilala? Hindi n’yo ba kilala ang tatay ko?
“Kilala mo ang tatay ko? Bakit n’yo ako ginaganito? Pu….a kayo, ginagago n’yo ako. Feeling n’yo takot ako sa inyo?”
Oscar Orbos, the ex-Pangasinan governor and former TV celebrity, is alleged to be Franz’s father. When the police worked together to arrest and handcuff the struggling and inebriated Franz, the conflict situation came to an end.
Franz has been charged with direct assault, alarms and scandal, resistance and disobedience to a person in authority or agents. Franz doesn’t have to brag about his father’s accomplishments.
When he embarrassed former governor and host of GMA-7’s defunct debate show Debate with Mare & Pare, he answered this question himself. Oscar Orbos was not the only one named in the affair that his son was involved in.
Because the accused was purportedly their nephew, the names of Fr. Jerry Orbos and former MMDA General Manager Thomas Orbos were also published. Meanwhile, PNP chief Guillermo Eleazar praises his men’s “highest patience.”
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