- Photos of three policemen manning a checkpoint in Negros Occidental go viral after they were tagged by netizens as "police baes"
- They were good-looking and obviously many ladies wish for their transfer to their areas as well
- One netizen commented that these handsome men in uniform already have girlfriends
- They were identified as Patrolmen Jesus Burgos, BJ Laurel, and Bryan Garcia
Photos of three policemen manning a checkpoint in Escalante, Negros Occidental have gone viral. Patrolmen Jesus Burgos, BJ Laurel, and Bryan Garcia, instantly went viral after their photos were shared online.
The reason was not a humanitarian deed that the three did but because the three were good-looking.
They were tagged by netizens as "police baes" and many netizens immediately expressed their admiration towards these guys.
There were even ladies who wished that they be transferred to their areas. Some netizens, who may have done their research, said that they already have girlfriends.
Here are some of the comments of many netizens:
SAYLO KAMO D B SUM-AG BAGO BORDER
May uyab naman na. Ara ngalan nya sa babaw . Paki add nyu nalang
Guapo? Ay di wow!!!! There's no such thing as law ay or guapo as long as they know their duties and responsibilities esp.those men in uniform!!
Pati mga amo sini gina news pa.....ti mga law-ay ya nga pisan mag ubra wala?
Sarap ng buhay gwapo pogi swerte everywhere tssk mpa north east south west sikatlove ka sang tawo haha pro kung Law'ay miskan ano ka pa smart kabuot discrimination etc
The three police baes are the lighter side of the pandemic. Oftentimes, stories of despair and aggression get highlighted on social media. Checkpoints were set up to monitor the ingress and egress of people in towns and cities.
The government faced problems when they imposed the initial community quarantine, which was elevated into enhanced community quarantine. It also suspended transportation causing massive problems with commuters.
Frontliners expressed their fears and the difficulties that they go through at the hospital especially with the ongoing crisis.
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