- A video uploaded in GRABarkada MOTO page showed an argument between a motorist and a traffic enforcer
- The motorist was flagged and was issued a ticket for not wearing a helmet, to which he also acknowledged
- The motorist asked why a "mag-ina" was not issued a ticket and was allowed to go on their way despite not wearing a helmet
- The answer of the traffic enforcer was because they were their "kasamahan"
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A video was uploaded on the Facebook page GRABarkada MOTO where it could be seen that there was an altercation between a motorist who was issued a ticket and the traffic enforcer.
As per the conversation, the flagged motorist complained to the traffic enforcer why was it that they let go of two violators who were not wearing helmets.
The motorist argued that everyone should be treated fairly and equally.
The traffic enforcer said that the questioned motorists without a helmet were their "kasamahan."
This irked the motorist because he stated that there was no law that says an enforcer's companion or "kasamahan" is exempted from wearing helmets and they must not be issued a ticket.
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