Netizen Reveals Politician’s Name Owns an SUV Evading MMDA Traffic Enforcers on EDSA

Netizens have been buzzing with over 795k views on a post by a netizen named Gillian Hero, where he publicly named a senator allegedly owning an SUV caught evading MMDA traffic enforcers on EDSA.

Recently, Chavit Singson also made headlines after being apprehended by MMDA enforcers for the same violation of passing through the bus lane. However, what sets Singson apart is his commendable act of admitting the offense, promptly paying the fine, and expressing admiration for the MMDA enforcers. He even promised to give a reward of 100 thousand pesos as a token of appreciation for their enforcement of the law.

In contrast, the politician behind the SUV with plate number 7, according to netizens, a senator, did not roll down his windshield to face the consequences of his actions. Gillian Hero boldly pointed fingers at Former Senator “Tito Sotto”, citing sightings of his vehicle in various vlogs and even its alleged appearance in the opening of Eat Bulaga on TV5.

In his statement on his social media account, Gillian Hero said, “Yung senador na may ari nito is Tito Sotto. Napakita na to sa ibat ibang vlogs / videos online. He drived this one himself. Sa opening ng EB sa 5 ito din yata ung dala nya.”

As of now, there has been no statement from Sotto’s camp, and there is no update on who truly owns the said SUV.

This revelation sparks discussions not only about the accountability of public figures but also about the fairness of the law enforcement system. While some commend Chavit Singson for his integrity in owning up to his mistake, others criticize the unnamed senator for allegedly evading accountability.

The incident underscores the importance of accountability and transparency among public officials, as well as the need for consistent enforcement of traffic regulations to ensure the safety and orderliness of public roads. Until an official statement is made regarding the ownership of the SUV, the speculation and debate surrounding this incident are likely to continue.

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