- The Philippine embassy in Washington has confirmed that there were Filipinos who were among those who marched up to Capitol Hill
- One of the suspected Filipinos was identified by internet sleuths and he accidentally revealed himself through a number of posts
- He brought a 'walis tambo', which is a Philippine-made broom, as he went inside Capitol Hill, and he wore the American flag as a scarf, but upside down
- In a Twitter post, one netizen tagged him as "Walis Man" and he said that it was pretty easy to find him
A report in Yahoo News, as well as in Coconuts Manila, gave details into the suspected Filipino rioter who stormed Capitol Hill in the historic attempt of Trump supporters to put a stop to the counting of electoral votes.
The suspected Filipino revealed himself due to the "weapon" that he brought inside the Capitol Hill, which was a walis tambo.
In addition, he was also wearing as a scarf, an American flag, which was upside down.
There was also a post on the Facebook page Fam Council, where the suspected guy posted a photo of him in Congress with the walis tambo.
In the comment section, somebody called him as "Manong" which was a great giveaway as to his possible racial ethnicity.
Sen. Sherwin Gatchalian took to Twitter and condemned a hacking incident, which involved his credit card. He said that there were orders made from Food Panda and that the orders reached up to a whopping P1 million. All the orders were charged on his card and he even presented a screenshot of the amounts that were charged against his card. He exclaimed, "Ano yan lauriat para sa buong barangay?"
The Department of Tourism ordered the Makati hotel where Christine Dacera died to explain why it should not be suspended. A show-cause order has been sent by the DOT Regional Director Woodrow Maquiling Jr. to the City Garden Grand Hotel.
According to the current pandemic restrictions, the said hotel must not accept guests for leisure activities like parties. Three days have been given to the hotel’s general manager to submit its explanation to DOT.
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