TV host Raffy Tulfo can’t help but laugh so hard while talking to the complainant in his daily program at TV 5’s “Itimbre mo kay Tuflo” on Tuesday, March 6. According to Lilia Ramos, she and her boyfriend checked-in at a motel in Kawit, Cavite. But when they woke up, she noticed that her cell phone was already missing. Watch the video below.
“Reklamo nila, ang short time motel na pinuntahan nila kagabi sa Kawit, Cavite. Imbes kasi na maiyak sa saya ng labing labing nila, napaiyak ng nawala…” Raffy Tulfo said, and started to laugh along with his staff and the complainants as well. The tough TV host tried to continue, but he could not stop laughing and eventually cried with laughter.
(Their complaint of the couple is about the short time motel they went last night in Kawit, Cavite. It’s because of crying with happiness as they spend private moments together, they cried because of the missing…)
Raffy Tulfo laughed for about 10 seconds as he try to explain to the audience the details of the complaint against the management of the motel, where Lilia said her Vivo Y53 smartphone was allegedly stolen. When he somehow was able to regain his composure, he apologized and started to talk to Lilia and her boyfriend, Rogelio Resullo.
According to Ramos, her boyfriend woke her up and told her that her smartphone was missing. She said that they made sure that the door of their room is locked, but noted that it can be opened if someone opens it through the window. When Raffy asked Lilia how much the motel fee is, she said P130 for 3 hours, and they began laughing again.
“Sorry talaga, di ako ni-ready dito. (I’m really. I was not prepared for this.)” Raffy Tulfo said, who cried with laughter again. But shortly, he asked Lilia if there are other things missing. She said she has P280 cash which she placed beside her smartphone, but it is still there, adding that she was offered P500 provided that she will not file a complaint.
Raffy Tulgo then talked to Susan Zapanta, Business Permits and Licensing Office (BPLO) Chief of Kawit, Cavite. He told her that Kalayaan Norfil Hotel has no BPLO permit and should be closed and that it has no fire escape, no CCTVs, and no safety features, and doors can easily be opened, which is why Lilia’s smartphone was stolen.
As a response, Zapanta said they will visit the said motel that day and will be closed if necessary. Tuflo said his staff will accompany the couple to file a formal complaint against Kalayaan Norfil Hotel. He also said he will give them P6,000, the price of Vivo Y53 smartphone. There was again laughter, and the said motel was eventually closed.
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