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Jun. 26, 19 | 5:29 pm

There’s always a time for everything. 

Even displaying or professing your love to your special someone. 

However, this is not the case for this couple who has gone viral over their public display of affection while inside a moving vehicle. 

On Tuesday, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) has called the attention of motorists because of this. 

In their Facebook post, DOTr reminded the public, especially drivers, to maintain their focus on the road. 

“Minsan mas okay na bumitaw sa nobya, ‘wag lang sa manibela. No bitter feelings. Just pag-ibig,” the post read. 

DOTr, in a comment on the post, said they have already reported this to the Land Transportation Office (LTO). 

The video shared by DOTr was uploaded on Carbrazzer.tv. It has already 1 million views and was shared 11,514 times on Facebook.

Some netizens also criticized the couple for doing this. 

One Facebook user named Froilan Laysico suggested they should be reprimanded in person. 

“Mas ok po sana kung ipatawag nyo sila at personal na pagsabihan, pangaralan at paalalahanan na ang Driver’s License ay isang pribilehiyo lamang at hindi din dapat ginagamit sa mga ganitong gawain.”

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