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Authorities find soiled diaper buried by tourist in Boracay

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Aug. 18, 19 | 2:11 pm

The soiled diaper that was buried by an unidentified tourist was finally found, according to Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Undersecretary Benny Antiporda.

DENR was forced to close a part of Boracay’s station 1 last week following a viral video that documented a tourist burying a soiled diaper as her fellow tourist washed the buttocks of a child in the beach.

GMA News reported that the agency opened the part of the beach after a coliform test was conducted and showed satisfactory results as per the mandate of DENR Secretary Roy Cimatu.

DENR is still clueless of the tourist whose nationality was not specifically identified.

Following the incident, the agency is now preparing for an information and education campaign to let the tourists know the dos and don’ts in Boracay.

“Until now hindi natin ma-identify dahil hindi nakunan ng video ang mukha nito. Ang alam po natin ay Asian ito dahil sa kulay nila, Napakaliit na bagay, napakalaking issue. Maraming tao ang naabala,” Antiporda said of the incident.

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