• Police brass in EA ‘scandal’

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    A high-ranking police official is in the center of a “storm” on the Internet after his “EA,” former FHM model Alyzza Agustin, bragged on her Facebook account that she was not apprehended for a traffic violation when she showed a signed business card of her boss.

    FHM is a racy men’s magazine that features nearly naked women in suggestive poses.

    “Nahuli na naman ako dahil [I got caught again because of vehicular plate] coding but because of you Boss Alex wala ng huli huli [I don’t have to deal with being arrested]. Thank you so much sa napaka useful mong [for your very useful card]with matching dedication pa [yet]#happykid],” Agustin posted on Monday. She also uploaded a photo of her boss’ business card, with a note at the back saying “Pls. assist my EA Alyzza Agustin.”

    Her boss is Director Alexander Ignacio, the chief of the Directorate for Plans of the Philippine National Police (PNP).

    The model later took down the post, but some netizens already re-shared it on Facebook, Twitter and other blog sites.

    The post generated an uproar as netizens assailed the model’s influence peddling.
    Some dubbed it the “EA scandal” and “Please Assist scandal.”

    One netizen, in his twit asked: “Teka [Wait] Ms. Alyzza Agustin, paano naman kaming mga sumusunod sa batas [How about us who obey the law]?”

    Another posted a message for Agustin and Ignacio, telling them the practice of “padrino (patronage) system” is one of the reasons why the country is not moving forward.

    The Internet site getreal–philippines.com in its blog wrote: While most Metro Manila motorists suffer under various “vehicle reduction scheme” ordinances that require that they forego use of their vehicle within certain times on certain days, Agustin seems to enjoy routine immunity from this law, thanks to her “boss,” Police Director Alexander Ignacio.

    Some wondered if the model really worked for Ignacio as his executive assistant or EA.

    The Manila Times texted Ignacio to get his comment but he did not respond.

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    8 Comments

    1. Mabuhay ka Pinoy! Ang ganda nang iyon’g asal…isa kang huwaran nang buong mundo kung papaano mapadali ang mga kalakaran na magsusulong ng tamang kaayusan, good moral ascendancy, at lead by example. Isa kang tunay na bayani nang walang katulad na global corruption na ditto lang sa Pinas matatagpuan at mo oobsebahan…

      Magaling, magaling….kaya ang Pinas ay Sick man of Asia. Ipagpatuloy lang ninyo ang mga walang katulad na KAYABANGAN, Kabulastugan nainfluence peddling, at walang kakupas kupas na padrino system. EA pala siya ni PnP Official…, ano iyan? EXTRA ASAWA ni Sir????? Onli inda pilipinzzz….

    2. PNP should be overhauled. nakakahiya na talaga ang mga pulis na ito. from top to bottom umaalingasaw ang baho. i believe only 5% of PNP has a clean record.

    3. Sobrang kagagahan at sobrang kayabangan ang ipinakita mo Ms. AA, nakatulong na sa iyo ang card ni General ipinanagyabang mo pa sa FB mo. I think you are the most hated person ni General at ng kanyang pamilya at malamang sinasabon ni ni Mrs. Ignacio ang kanyang asawang heneral sa tindi ng selos at galit sa iyo. Think before you click Ms. AA.

    4. sorry for this, pero katangahan at kayabangan ang ginawa nya. itong ganitong favor na ibinigay sa yo ay dapat ikaw na lang ang nakakaalam at hindi ipinagyayabang. kung totoong hindi fake yung calling card ni general, pasalamat sya at natulungan sya sa kabulastugan nya. ngayon sabit pa si general sa pagiging mabait sa kanya. hindi ko sinasabi na tama yung ginawa ni general ang sinasabi ko lang ay nagkaroon na sya ng advantage e ipagyayabang pa nya sa web.