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Woman spends night in jail after attacking promodizer

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Dec. 09, 19 | 5:10 pm

A woman ended up spending her night in jail in Mabolo, Cebu after berating and assaulting a promodizer on Saturday, December 7, 2019.

Local police identified the attacker as Medelina Yamazaki, a native of Negros Occidental.

The incident was caught on cam and has gone viral on social media platforms — Facebook and Twitter.

The commotion started when the victim, identified as Jennifer Fabillar, told Yamazaki to not let her baby touch the items displayed.

According to Major Dindo Alaras, chief of Mabolo Police, she was seen throwing items at Fabillar, one of which landed on her face.

“The promodizer of the fragrance stall complained that a humidifier was thrown at her. Accordingly, they were having a misunderstanding regarding the use of the said unit and the customer suddenly flew into a rage and threw it at her,” Alaras told SunStar Cebu.

Yamazaki was also heard threatening the promodizer.

She then left the place of incident with her Japanese husband.

The incident was reported to the police who arrested Yamazaki last Sunday, December 8 in her condo unit and brought to Mabolo Police Station, where she is waiting for the filing of charges against her.

Meanwhile, Fabillar sustained a wound in the lower left eye and a bruise on her cheek.

She has opted for her employer’s assistance with the filing of charges against her assailant.

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