Tiktok o hubad? CHR raises eyebrows on brgy. kagawad who asked curfew violator to take off clothes

Tiktok o hubad? CHR raises eyebrows on brgy. kagawad who asked curfew violator to take off clothes

- A barangay kagawad was under fire after he uploaded a video of a curfew violator, whom he asked to strip

- According to kagawad Alberto Valenzona of Barangay 108, Zone 9, of Tondo, Maynila, he gave options to the curfew violator

- It is either he would be jailed, do TikTok, do community service or run without any clothes on

- The barangay kagawad said that he did not show the face of the violator when he posted the video

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A kagawad in Tondo Maynila earned the ire of the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) after he uploaded a video of a curfew violator whom he had asked to take off clothes.

According to an ABS-CBN report, Kagawad Alberto Valenzona of Barangay 108, Zone 9, of Tondo Maynila caught the said violator.

Tiktok o hubad? CHR raises eyebrows on brgy. kagawad who asked curfew violator to take off clothes

Tiktok o hubad? CHR raises eyebrows on brgy. kagawad who asked curfew violator to take off clothes
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Valenzona stated that he gave several options to the violator. The four options were: going to jail, do TikTok, do community service or run without clothes on.

Valenzona said that he covered the face when he posted the video to protect their privacy.

Despite the statement of the kagawad, the CHR will still be investigating the incident.

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