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Naked couple crashes truck into traffic post

A naked couple, who were allegedly having sex while driving a pickup truck, crashed into a traffic post in Cagayan de Oro City. The crash happened in Brgy. Carmen, Cagayan de Oro City causing the truck to flip on its side, reported Inquirer. Witnesses at the scene...

Fujairah Municipality denies search for “spotted wolf”

The Fujairah Municipality issued a statement after rumors circulated that a wild wolf has been spotted along a road in Al Bithnah village. An image of a wolf walking along a street made the rounds on social media causing residents to panic that a wild animal is...

PH Senate pushes for mandatory organ donation

The Senate of the Philippines is pushing for a new bill that will require all Filipinos to donate their internal organs to patients in need in case of death. Authored by Senator Richard Gordon, the “Organ Donor Act of 2018” states that the internal organs of ‘brain...

Sarah Lahbati slams body-shamers

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Viva artist agency talent Sarah Lahbati seems to have been fed up with criticisms over her weight.

The wife of actor Richard Gutierrez took to Twitter to voice her concern over body shamers online.

Already on her sixth month of pregnancy, Lahbati called out people who called her “malaki” and “loshang”.

The soon-to-be mother of two shared a piece of her mind and advised others to unfollow her account instead of being disrespectful towards her.

“Think before you judge or open your mouth. If you’re here to do that & be disrespectful, unfollow me & get out of my page,” Lahbati posted on her twitter account.

Zion’s mom also fired back at women who would rather criticize than support other women, in particular pregnant women.

Sarah ended her twitter post by reminding her followers and pregnant women everywhere, to stay happy and positive.

Tougher than her first time getting pregnant, Lahbati earlier disclosed that the family delayed announcing her pregnancy due to fear of complications that might affect childbirth.

The actress recently graced Preview’s 2017 best dressed ball in a sequined black Boom Sason dress.

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