MANILA, Philippines - A guy named Anjo Coronado posted questions on MMDA's official Twitter account and their response is hilarious.
MMDA's Response To A Netizen's Inquiry Regarding Driver's License Confiscation Due To Violations
Jun 17, 2015 at 7:00 PM
Posted by : Pinoy Secret Writer
Filed Under : News & Events
Anjo Coronado: @MMDA, totoo po ba na bawal iconfiscate and aming driver's license kapag may violation?
Official MMDA: @anjuicy Driver's license cannot be confiscated except on the following situations: Kindly see attached photo.
Anjo: @MMDA so beating the red light, coding and or wront left/u-turn? Hindi puwede iconfiscate?
MMDA: @anjuicy Coding and No left/u-turn hindi po kinoconfiscate and driver's license unless kung arrogant po and driver pwede po ma-confiscate.
Anjo: Paano po and Criteria ng Arrogance?
MMDA: Sir, in cases of altercations lang po yun. But di po talaga confiscated and license if those are the violations. Thank you.
As per the violations questioned by Anjo, MMDA officers cannot confiscate our driver's license unless we are arrogant? Hmm.. sounds funny. But MMDA just recently made a statement to clarify the response made by whoever handled the MMDA's twitter account that time to respond to Anjo's inquiry.
"The MMDA has issued a statement regarding this topic. "This refers to the Twitter exchange between Mr. Anjo Coronado (@anjuicy) and the official MMDA account today, June 16, regarding the confiscation of licenses and the circumstances and violations under which said confiscation applies to. We wish to clarify that MMDA has strict and clear guidelines on when a driver’s license will be confiscated, and these do not include the arrogant behavior of the driver during the issuance of his or her violation ticket. These guidelines may be viewed on our official website. We apologize for whatever confusion this may have caused Mr. Coronado and our followers, and we thank Top Gear for touching in on this matter."
Though we have a question. How about if the MMDA enforcer is the one arrogant? What would be the case for that?