Residents Beat 2 MMDA Enforcers During Clearing Operation in Pasay City

The video footage of two MMDA enforcers being mauled by the residents in Pasay City while conducting a clearing operation goes viral online.

The Facebook page “Willian Gile Official” has shared the video footage of several residents beating two helpless MMDA enforcers at Taft MRT in Pasay City. The video goes viral online and elicits comments from the netizens.

In the video, it can be seen that a group of male citizens were having a commotion along the road in Pasay City. The group is beating the two MMDA officers who were conducting a clearing operation in the area.

MMDA Enforcers

Other MMDA personnel tried to stop the citizens and help their colleagues but the group even tried to beat them. Eventually, the officers were able to stop the commotion.

The commotion started when the MMDA enforcers apprehended an e-trike driver and impounded his vehicle for committing a traffic violation. The group tried to remove the trike from the tow truck but the enforcers stop them.

According to Pasay City Police, the cops were able to identify some of the suspects and try to locate them.

MMDA traffic czar Edison ‘Bong’ Nebrija has also expressed his reactions regarding the incident.

Here is the full post:

“This is totally a form of anarchy. Inaayos lang kayo bubugbugin nyo tropa namin. Yung matanda na binugbog nyo nagserbisyo sa militar yan tapos kayo na ang lalaki ng katawan pinagtulungan nyo ang isang matanda.

Nung nakikiusap kayo sa MMDA na huwag patayin negosyo nyo sa Baclaran akala nyo sino kayong maamong tupa tapos ngayon tatablahin nyo tropa namin.

Kung ako sa inyo isuko nyo yang mga bumugbog na ya”

The social media users expressed their reactions to the video:

MMDA Enforcers

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