- A woman was doing a live-selling session on Facebook when she was accosted by a man
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- According to GMA's report, the thief took the woman's cellphone
- The incident happened nighttime, as it could be seen on the video that the woman was live selling perhaps outside her home
- She did not see when a man slowly crept up behind her and it was then that the robbery happened
The video of a woman who was robbed of her phone while actually live-selling has gone viral.
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She was in the process of selling plants to her online audience. It was nighttime and she was located at the side of the road.
Her back was turned from the road so she did not see when a man slowly crept beside her.
It was also unclear whether the assailant hit her or pushed her.
Based on the report of GMA, when they interviewed the victim, the phone that was taken by the suspect was purchased by the woman at P25K and she is still making monthly payments for the phone.
She said that she will still continue to do live-selling as she needs to earn money, but this time around she would be more careful.
Police are also investigating the incident and a CCTV footage allegedly captured the suspect on his motorcycle.
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