Lol! Lesson for the day, don’t trust a ditz with your personally-autographed “privilege” cards. In the Philippines, it is common for motorists with connections with top military and police officials to have an autographed business card of one of these contacts tucked beside their drivers’ licenses in their wallet so that in the event that they are cited for a traffic violation, the attending police officer would be prompted to exercise “extra courtesy” to the bearer.
In the case of FHM Magazine “100% hottie” girl Alyzza Agustin, it was the business card of Philippine National Police Director for Plans Alexander Ignacio. The signed instruction on the back read, “Please assist my EA, Alyzza Agustin.”
Presumably the “EA” stands for “executive assistant”. Then again, it could mean anything. Either way, bad news for Police Director Ignacio. Following what was probably just one of her many genius brainwaves, Ms Agustin uploaded an image of one such business card — both sides of it, no less — onto her Facebook Page. Not only that, she waxed literature about her happiness over its recent usefulness…
Nahuli na naman ako dahil coding but because of you Boss Alex wala ng huli huli. Thank you so much sa napaka useful mong card with matching dedication pa #happykid
“I was caught yet again beating the vehicle reduction coding ordinance [of Metro Manila], but because of Boss Alex, I didn’t need to worry about being caught. Thank you so much for your very useful card with matching dedication!”
While most Metro Manila motorists suffer under various “vehicle reduction scheme” ordinances that require that they forego use of their vehicle within certain times on certain days, Agustin seems to enjoy routine immunity from this law, thanks to her “boss”, Police Director Alexander Ignacio.
In this case it’s policeman Alex Ignacio who was caught by the madla this time. Har har!
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