Change is one of the things that the Philippines has been collectively calling recently and we’ve already seen a few signs of the changes that have already begun in the country ever since the elections began.
Macky Carane recently shared even more changes that may be coming our way, beginning in Barangay San Antonio:
According to the flyer, some of the changes made in Barangay San Antonio include a curfew for minors, wherein kids under 18 years of age can no longer loiter on the streets from 10pm to 4am. They are also no longer allowed to stay in computer shops from 9pm onwards.
Aside from that, drinking alcohol in public places, such as on the streets and pavements, is no longer allowed. The use of videoke machines has also been regulated from 10pm onwards. Even noisy motorcycles are no longer permitted.
“Good job po, Kapitan Berroya,” says Macky. “Paki-share na lang po para makaabot sa lahat ng residente ng Brgy. San Antonio. Maraming salamat po.” [Rough translation: “Good job, Captain Berroya. Please share this, so that all of the residents of Brgy. San Antonio will see it. Thank you.”]
What do you think of these rules? Would you be okay if these rules were implemented all over Metro Manila? Share your thoughts with us!