Fake Traffic Enforcer Roaming in Pasay City

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Fake Traffic Enforcer Roaming in Pasay CityWe were on our way home coming from Edsa going to Sucat Road via Domestic Road. After turning right to MIA Road, a "traffic enforcer" rode up to our driver side. After opening our window, he said that "No turn right when the signal is red", his words. We argued that we didn't see any sign but he insisted that there was. He then asked where are we going to and where we came from. we told him. He asked us to follow him because there was too much traffic. By this time, I've noticed that his motorcycle didn't look official. Also, he has no visible name plate or official designation. After following him about a hundred meters, he rode up to the passenger side and talked to my husband. He said "ano ba sa lisensiya? ano gusto ninyo mangyari? My husband said, "Ticketan nyo kami." Immediately, he sped away, confirming our suspicions that he was fake. I included a couple of screenshots of this character. Please do something about this, Bawal na ang bulok sa Pilipinas.Courtesy of Arlyn Tunacao 📸

Posted by Philippines CCTV & DASH CAM Spotted on Tuesday, 26 November 2019


“We were on our way home coming from Edsa going to Sucat Road via Domestic Road. After turning right to MIA Road, a “traffic enforcer” rode up to our driver side. After opening our window, he said that “No turn right when the signal is red”, his words. We argued that we didn’t see any sign but he insisted that there was. He then asked where are we going to and where we came from. we told him.

He asked us to follow him because there was too much traffic. By this time, I’ve noticed that his motorcycle didn’t look official. Also, he has no visible name plate or official designation.

After following him about a hundred meters, he rode up to the passenger side and talked to my husband. He said “ano ba sa lisensiya? ano gusto ninyo mangyari?

My husband said, “Ticketan nyo kami.” Immediately, he sped away, confirming our suspicions that he was fake. I included a couple of screenshots of this character.

Please do something about this, Bawal na ang bulok sa Pilipinas.”

Courtesy of Arlyn Tunacao


      
           
    

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