Alice Dixson debunks urban legend about the 'snake man'... Read her full statement

Alice Dixson debunks urban legend about the 'snake man'... Read her full statement

- The urban legend of the human snake inhabiting one of the famous malls along EDSA is circulating online following a recent guesting of Alice Dixson in Sarap Diva

- In the December 17 episode hosted by Asia's Songbird Regine Velasquez-Alcasid, she brought up the popular legend by asking her guests to admit if it was them being described

- Alice, who has long kept mum every time the issue was raised, has finally owned up to the story by lifting her placard that says "ako yun"

The urban legend of the human snake inhabiting one of the famous malls along EDSA is once again circulating online following a recent guesting of Alice Dixson in Sarap Diva on Saturday, December 17.

Photo from: Instagram

Photo from: Instagram

In the December 17 episode of the show hosted by Asia's Songbird Regine Velasquez-Alcasid, she brought up the popular legend by asking her guests to admit if it was them being described.

Photo from: Instagram

Photo from: Instagram

Regine had asked, "Sino sa inyo ang nakidnap daw sa isang mall, na supposedly ay kakainin ng ahas daw?"

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Photo from: Instagram

Alice, who has long kept mum every time the issue was raised, has finally owned up to the story by lifting her placard that says "ako yun" and saying, "Supposedly, pero hindi yan totoo. Supposedly lang."

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Alice Dixson debunks urban legend about 'taong-ahas'

According to a popular urban legend, a human snake which has been rumored to be the snake twin brother of Robina Gokongwei, is allegedly dwelling in a secret room located in the bowels of Robinson's Galleria in EDSA.

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Supposedly, the Robinson snake man, with the help of his spy camera in one of the dressing rooms of the mall, has spied on Alice Dixson and dropped into the dungeon.

Photo from: Instagram

Photo from: Instagram

According to the story, Alice has escaped but was paid off by the Gokongwei family through a solicitor named Frank Chavez.

Netizens have mixed reaction towards the story. According to one netizen, she has seen Alice Dixson's interview with Inday Badiday. According to the netizen, at the time when the issue was circulating, Alice has become less active and the whole story was completely forgotten.

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Alice Dixson debunks urban legend about 'taong-ahas' Photo credit: GMA Online

The others merely acknowledged that it was, indeed, nothing but an urban legend.

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Watch the December 17 episode of Sarap Diva here:

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Alice Dixson debunks urban legend about the 'snake man'... Read her full statement

Alice Dixson debunks urban legend about the 'snake man'... Read her full statement

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