Shirtless guy disrupts Vico Sotto's video call; Mayor reacts to incident

Shirtless guy disrupts Vico Sotto's video call; Mayor reacts to incident

- Vico Sotto was recently interviewed by foreign correspondents about Pasig City

- He was asked about some of the measures that his city is implementing amid COVID-19 pandemic

- However, while speaking through a video call, a shirtless guy appeared in the video

- The epic reaction of the prominent politician was caught on the camera

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Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto recently had an online forum with the Foreign Correspondents Association of the Philippines (FOCAP).

However, something hilarious and not appropriate for a public video happened in the middle of the said interview.

KAMI learned that shirtless man suddenly appeared on the background while the politician was answering questions.

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The said funny image appeared just when the mayor was uttering, "Definitely we will not shut down establishments that are selling food and other necessary supplies…”

Vico was evidently surprised because of what he saw, and he even paused for several seconds over what happened.

He then laughed and decided to continue with his speech. “Mas magiging magulo yun. That will cause a lot of social unrest and we can’t have people starving in their homes,” he said.

Watch the video below (Start from 14:50):

In a previous article by KAMI, Vico reacted as he got mistakenly addressed by GMA-7 as a tricycle operator.

Vico Sotto is one of the most prominent and acclaimed local chief executives in the Philippines. he is the son of former showbiz couple Vic Sotto and Coney Reyes.

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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