A correspondent was interviewing a fish vendor in a public market when a man walked beside her and tried to calmly grab her phone.
The man, who was bare chested and appeared to be drunk, calmly remarked “Unsa ni, ma’am? Baligya ni (What’s this, ma’am? Is this for sale)?”
What made it worse was that bystanders who saw what happened didn’t bother to help or even flinch at what happened.
CRUSH AT WORK
A female police reporter was being teased by her colleagues for having a crush on a police precinct chief.
Seemingly in denial, she replied, “Stop it, I wasn’t crushing on him!” A few moments later, the cop chief passed by and the reporters ran up to him for an interview.
Holding her recorder while keeping her composure, the female reporter stood still, blushing, with eyes on her feet.
NOW A MOTHER
Two mothers on board a jeepney heading to downtown Cebu chatted the time away while caught in traffic.
One of them, a garrulous woman, said, “My family back in Mindanao did not once think I’d end up married because I was tomboyish. But look at me now, a mother of two and every inch a lady!”
Her boisterous laughter jolted the drowsy passengers awake.
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