Robin Padilla surrenders guns, asks PNP to take care of his ‘girlfriends’

 

To show that he is a responsible firearms owner, actor Robin Padilla has surrendered to the police his guns—some he has used in his famous action films—due to the expiration of his license next month.

Padilla turned over on Friday to the Philippine National Police’s Firearms and Explosives Office four high-powered rifles in compliance with Republic Act No. 10591 or the Comprehensive Firearms and Ammunition Act, which considered guns with unregistered licenses “loose firearms.”

Accompanied by his lawyer Rudolf Juardo, Padilla went to the PNP FEO headquarters in Camp Crame and personally talked with FEO head Chief Supt. Elmo Sar…

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Lee Min-ho radiates charisma in Elle Korea

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Fashion magazine Elle Korea revealed a black-and-white photo of hallyu star Lee Min-ho last Tuesday on its official website.
The photo was from a fashion shoot in Los Angeles, and shows off the actor’s masculine image and chic charisma. Sporting a voluminous wool coat and patterned scarf, the actor gazes into distance with a slight frown on his face.

Lee is set to return to the silver screen next year with multinational action film “Bounty Hunters,” a story of five bounty hunters who chase fugitives for money in Korea, China, Hong Kong and Thailand. Lee has won acclaim for his roles in “Gangnam Blues” and “The Heirs.”

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Hundreds of prohibited items confiscated at Manila North Cemetery

Despite the repeated warning of authorities, hundreds of prohibited items were confiscated from visitors at the Manila North Cemetery on Saturday.

Police Senior Insp. Melchor Villar of the Manila Police Station 3 said among the items seized were sharp objects such as gardening tools; flammable materials, and liquor.

“Patuloy pa rin ang reminder natin sa ating mga dumadalaw sa mga ipinagbabawal na bagay,” Villar said, adding that strict security measures were being implemented on the cemetery’s entrance gates.

But despite the confiscation of banned items, the police officer said the situation inside the cemetery was “very n…

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Vendors selling household wares, shirts, bras at cemeteries

MANILA, Philippines — Trust Filipinos to be an enterprising lot especially in times when droves of people are expected to gather in a particular venue.

While candles, flowers and street foods were staple products one could expect to be peddled near the perimeter of a cemetery, some vendors have been seen selling household wares such as cups and plates, customized T-shirts and dresses, and even bras at the Manila South Cemetery.

Among these vendors was Mike Tistor who had an unusual product to sell to people who are on their way to visit their dearly departed. Tistor, who usually sells his goods in Divisoria, posted his cart along Zapote Street in Makati City, to …

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Looking for dearly departed at Manila North Cemetery goes hi-tech


If you think losing a family member is devastating, it’s doubly heartbreaking for those who cannot even find the burial site of their loved ones in the largest cemetery in Metro Manila.
But now, finding the grave of your loved ones in the Manila North Cemetery has been made easier through the website.
By accessing the website www.manilanorthcemetery.tk, relatives can look for the grave site of their dearly departed in the sprawling 54-hectare cemetery.
The records will reveal the person’s name, date of death and the section where he or she was laid to rest.
However, it’s not as easy as it seems as there are about 100 graves in one section….

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Police: Manila North Cemetery crowd peaks at 1.9 M


A record-breaking crowd of visitors at the Manila North Cemetery showed up as they remember their dearly departed on Sunday.
At 3 p.m., Manila Police estimated that 1.8 million people visited their loved ones buried at the said cemetery.
An hour later, the number increased to 1.9 million.
As the day neared its end, the crowd has since dwindled. At 7 p.m., authorities set the crowd estimate at 150,000.
Police Senior Insp. Melchor Villar said that the number smashed last year’s record of 1.7 million people who visited the cemetery.
Villar reported that the situation at the cemetery was “generally peaceful,” with four incidents of children b…

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Sta. Ana rape suspect mauled to death by jail inmates – reports

TangIna..kung convicted nga talaga yung pinatay na rapist na yun siguro karma na inabot nya.

MANILA, Philippines — It was not yet a closed case, apparently.

The suspect in the rape of a 6-year old girl on Saturday—reported earlier to have died of epilepsy—died by suffering “blunt traumatic injury through multiple clubbing,” according to the autopsy report obtained by investigators and confessions of inmates detained at Sta. Ana Police Station in Manila.

Nine inmates, suspected to have participated in the clubbing, were brought by the MPD-Homicide operatives to the Manila Police District headquarters on Tuesday morning for questioning.

Among the arrested were Salvador Gozon, 41; Rowie Manalac, 23; Jade Villamor, 22; Michael de la Cruz, 23; Bernardo Lazatin, 40; Germ…

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‘AlDub’ posts record-breaking 41-M ‘Tamang Panahon’ tweets

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It’s official: the phenomenal tandem of Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza, also known as “Yaya Dub,” has posted a new Twitter record.
Figures from Twitter Asia Pacific showed that 41 million tweets were posted using the hashtag #ALDubEBTamangPanahon from October 23 to October 25.

The tweet volume of the said hashtag has trumped AlDub’s previous record of 26 million tweets last Sept. 25 and the 35.6 million tweets sent during the Brazil vs Germany World Cup semi-final last July 8, 2014.

READ:’AlDub’ breaks Fifa World Cup’s Twitter record

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Claudine Barretto defends self vs AlDub bashers: ‘Nagpapakatotoo lang’

Actress Claudine Barretto has defended herself from bashers of the on-screen love team of Alden Richards and Maine “Yaya Dub” Mendoza after she expressed her admiration for the “AlDub” tandem.

Barretto was criticized by some netizens for posting on Instagram a photo of Richards and Mendoza last Saturday during Eat Bulaga’s “Sa Tamang Panahon” at the Philippine Arena in Bulacan, with the caption “Love u Aldub! #aldubfan.”

Barretto’s bashers argued that she should not be publicly supporting a love team, which is a product of a noontime show airing in ABS-CBN’s rival network GMA-7. The actress recently returned to show business and starred in ABS-CBN projects, such as “Maalaala Mo…

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Estrada bans political posters in Manila’s public cemeteries

A tarpaulin of a candidate was hurriedly taken down on Saturday as Manila Mayor Joseph Estrada’s entourage of policemen and cemetery officials passed by an alley of Manila North Cemetery on the way to the tomb of Fernando Poe Jr.

Estrada said he issued a marching order to ban “epal” posters of politicians in the city’s public cemeteries visited by more than a million people every year to observe All Saints’ Day.

“Bawal na, pati sakin bawal. Walang exception. Pati dating karatula namin dyan, pinatanggal ko,” he said.

Aside from ensuring that security measures were in place in the 54-hectare cemetery, Estrada said he intended to pay respects to former presidents, mayors and othe…

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