- Aldrin Ryan Alcon or "MRT man" apologized to “Upuan Girl” Karla Monique Alandesca through his Facebook account
- After being shamed online, Alcon posted an apology for not giving Alandesca his seat in MRT
- Alesca posted Alcon's photo on her Facebook account and referred to him as "un-gentleman"
After being advised to file a legal case suit, “MRT man” Aldrin Ryan Alcon apologized to “Upuan Girl” Karla Monique Alandesca through his Facebook account on Thursday.
Alcon posted: “Sorry po ate karla monique olandesca kung hindi ko kayo pinaupo sa MRT sa totoo po nyan pagod na po ako pagtapos ng work byahe po ako papunta school nag MMRT ako para di ma late sorry po talaga.”
(I’m sorry miss Karla Monique Alandesca if I did not offer you the seat in the MRT honestly I was really tired from work I was on my way to school I ride the MRT so that I won’t be late I’m really sorry.)
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Alcon, who decided to end the issue through a public apology, is getting the netizens’ support after he was shamed by Alandesca in her Facebook post when Alcon did not offer her a seat in MRT and referred to him as very “un-gentleman”.
However, many said that Alcon should not have apologized because Alandesca does not deserve it. One Facebook user said: “You dont need to be sorry kuya. lahat tayo may karapatan sa mrt kase nagbabayad tayo. ang rude lang talaga ng ugali nya para sabihin na ungentleman mo dba ? hindi mo sya inaano para ipahiya ka ng ganon”
Here are other Facebook comments on Alcon’s post:
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“Hindi nya deserve yung sorry mo. Im so proud of you being a working student. May God bless you more and more”
“You're the man! You deserve a good karma..”
“Siya ang dapat humingi ng sorry sa iyo. Di dapat ikaw ang mag sorry.”
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Netizens still urge Alcaron to file a cyber-bullying case against Alandesca. One Facebook user cited the “Anti-Cyber-Bullying Act of 2015” where a penalty of P50,000 to P100,000 and imprisonment will be charged against her if proven guilty.
Reports say that Alandesca feels sorry for what she has done and has deactivated her Facebook account. - Kami Media
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