Oh, my God. A 7.5-foot long dugong (Dugong dugon) was found dead Thursday morning in Mati City, Davao Oriental.
The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources has yet to determine the cause of death but they say the dugong died at around 3 a.m. Thursday.
The dead dugong has been brought to the Davao Oriental State College of Science and Technology for necropsy.
Come on, pal. Show some respect.
(Thanks, Journalist SARX LANOS)
An itinerant toy seller accused a Manila Police District officer recently of raping her in one of the MPD’s offices.
After a bounty was placed on his head for the rape, Police Officer 3 Antonio Bautista Jr negotiated a surrender.
Claiming he was set up, Bautista said his supposed victim is actually a prostitute. ‘Itinerant toy seller ‘ is apparently the new euphemism for whore.
It was probably not smart of Ilocos Sur Governor Luis “Chavit” Singson
to admit on national TV that his son, Ilocos Sur Representative Ronald Singson, is only pleading guilty to drug possession as a “legal strategy.”
Hong Kong, where the younger Singson was arrested for allegedly bringing in cocaine and sleeping pills, may be a distant land
reachable only after several months of dangerous sea travel,
but the news will eventually get there.
Or you could take a plane
Rep. Singson admitting in court that the drugs were for his own use
while his father insists on TV that he’s not really guilty of
anything sends conflicting messages.
Then again, he could cop to possession of the sleeping pills
but not the cocaine, turning him from a bad-ass suspected smuggler
to a yuppie with issues.
The elder Singson said his son was framed, and that the drugs
were only handed to him (by some guy). Which deserves the
question: How high do you have to be to accept an unidentified substance
from an unknown person on an airplane in a post-9/11 world?
Ilocos Sur Representative Ronald Singson could lose
his seat in congress if convicted for drug trafficking
charges in Hong Kong.
Pleading guilty to simple possession might make his colleagues
at the House of Representatives more forgiving, though.