- The video of an altercation between an alleged NBI agent and a supposed personnel under the Office of the President has gone viral
- In the video, one can see the alleged NBI agent approaching the vehicle of the supposed OP personnel with his gun out of its holster
- Based on the exchange of the two in the video, the said NBI agent claimed the OP personnel was blocking his vehicle
- When asked why his gun is drawn, the supposed NBI agent said the OP personnel might a robber or a thief
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The video of an altercation between an alleged agent of the NBI and a personnel supposed to be working under the Office of the President has gone viral.
In the video, which was uploaded on the Sirbisu Channel on Facebook, one can see the alleged NBI agent approaching the vehicle of the claimed OP personnel with his gun drawn.
“Naka-live po kayo ha. Naka-live po kayo sa Facebook,” the OP personnel repeatedly said, apparently alarmed at seeing the man before him with gun drawn.
The alleged NBI agent then demanded why the OP personnel is running away, which the latter vehemently denied.
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The said agent then demanded to see the driver’s license of the OP personnel, at the same time identifying himself as an agent of the NBI.
The OP personnel then produced his ID, showing that he works under the Office of the President.
He then asked why the alleged NBI agent flagged him, asking the latter if he is with the LTO.
“Ayan ID ko o, saan ID nyo? Ano’ng ano sinasabi niyong pinapara nyo ako? Bakit? LTO po ba kayo?” the OP personnel was heard asking, to which the alleged NBI agent answered in the negative and reiterated he is with the investigative agency.
The OP personnel then pointed out that the alleged NBI agent shouldn’t be using his “wang-wang” as it is prohibited.
The alleged agent said that he has a “wang-wang” because he’s trying to stop the vehicle of the OP personnel.
“Kasi dini-distract mo ako eh, hinaharang mo ako, eh may operation kami,” the alleged NBI agent said.
When the said agent asked the OP personnel why he’s taking a video, the latter said it’s because the former drew his gun.
“Siyempre, akala ko magnanakaw ka eh,” the alleged NBI agent said.
As of writing, the names of the two remain undisclosed.
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