These days, it’s quite common for people to record their public mishaps and post it online, in the hopes that it will go viral. Many times, it has become a way to get vindication, especially when the Internet takes your side. This is such one case.
Mike Dizon shared a video of a traffic altercation in a village in Paranaque. He also narrated his side of the incident in the post:
This Halloween my family was treated with this unpleasant incident inside our village. This happened around 3:30pm to be exact. Too early to be drunk driving and to be chasing residents and threatening them as if something horribly wrong was done to him. Mad drunk, this man tried to chase me along Aguirre Avenue, BF Homes Phase 3, overtook on my left and cursed me in front of my kids and wife. Made a pulling of gun gesture with matching “pakyu,” all of which I didn’t get on video kasi nagulat nga ako (because I was surprised). He even tried to side swipe my car. He wasn’t wearing any helmet at all.
That’s when the confrontation started.
His accusation, tumigil daw ako bigla at marami daw sila sa likod naabala. What really happened? A car was backing up way before me. As an act of courtesy, I stopped and let the car maneuver. All done in a slow calculated manner because I am a courteous driver and I have my family with me. Ang problema nakainom yung mamang naka motor. Mabagal ang motor skills at medyo yumabang kase nga nakainom. Paano na lang kung mga anak natin matyempuhan nito? I followed this guy kasi he acted as if bubunot siya ng baril, E nakita ko bluff kasi nasilip ko walang baril. Caught on video inabutan ko sa traffic light at may pinagyayabang na Judge Hibang? Nahihibang ba sya? Kahit presidente pa yang tito mo ng Pinas e kung lasing ka na nanghaharass e wala ka sa lugar. Cut to I got his liscence and sped off to report him to BF security. You be the judge of this.
(His accusation, I suddenly stopped and caused a delay. What really happened? A car was backing up way before me. As an act of courtesy, I stopped and let the car maneuver. All done in a slow calculated manner because I am a courteous driver and I have my family with me. The problem is he was drunk. His motor skills were low and he became arrogant because he was drunk. What if it was our kids who met this guy? I followed him because he acted as if has pulling out a gun. But I saw that it was a bluff because there was no gun. Caught on video: I caught him at a traffic light and he was bragging about a Judge Hibang. Even if your uncle is the president of the Philippines, you can’t act that way if you’re drunk. Cut to I got his licence and sped off to report him to BF security. You be the judge of this.)
The video starts with Mike talking angrily to the motorist. The motorist is calm but seems to be grasping for words, but Mike kept cutting him off. The motorist said, “Let’s not make an issue out of this,” but started to raise his voice when Mike opened the car door. That’s when the motorist mentioned his uncle who is a judge.
Watch the video below:
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