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Raffy Tulfo In Action: Driver Of Toyota FJ Cruiser Caught Punching Another Driver In Balibago, Pampanga Part 1 | November 13, 2018

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An unidentified driver of a Toyota FJ Cruiser was captured in camera punching another driver in the middle of the road of Balibago, Pampanga.

According to Mr. Jesusito Palma (the driver of the red sedan), the said vehicle with a plate number 8 suddenly crossed his path. Then the driver was in rage accusing him that he was cut him first.

“Bale sir pauwi na kasi kami ng kasama ko, after nun banda po sa may Balibago po may nag cut po bigla sa harap ko,” he explained to idol Raffy Tulfo in one of his segments in Wanted sa Radyo.

“Nagsisigaw na rin po na ki-nut ko daw po sya,” he further explained. “Tinatanong ko po sya kung paano ko pa sya ki-nut o paano ko pa sya ki-nut.”

“Kaso puro mura na po yung salita nya tapos hanggang pinag-susuntok na po ako,” Mr. Palma added.

According to the complainant, the driver of the FJ Cruiser also told him that he is a son of a congressman.

“Hindi mo ba ako kilala? Anak ako ni congressman Lazatin,” the unidentified man said.

However, Representative Carmelo Lazatin II has denied the allegation saying he’s not related to the suspect and even mentioned that he don’t own a Toyota FJ Cruiser.

Wanted sa Radyo with the tagline “Kakampi ng mga Inaapi” which is a public affairs program that airs every weekdays (Mondays to Fridays) at 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM (PHI time).

At the same time, the show is also aired in Radyo5 92.3 News FM, Facebook Live and an hour delayed telecast in Aksyon TV.

The said program is hosted by “Idol” Raffy Tulfo and NiƱa Taduran as both personalities looks into mistreatment, corruption and oppression.

Wanted sa Radyo is not biased as it listen both the complainant and the complainee until the issue brought to their show got clarified. In order for the hosts to provide the best advise, they reach out to government public offices and if needed also to private sectors.

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