MANILA – Sexy model Alyzza Agustin issued a public apology to Philippine National Police (PNP) Director for Plans Chief Superintendent Alexander Ignacio and general public after she dragged the official to the number coding exemption scandal.
Agustin posted the public apology on her Facebook page, Tuesday night to the expectation of more than 85,000 fans and followers before immediately deactivating her account.
“I would like to apologize to everyone who was affected and offended by my post, fellow motorists, Director (sic) Alexander C. Ignacio and his family and the PNP Institution as a whole,” Agustin said. “I was just overwhelmed by that moment because I was caught in traffic for hours coming from work.”
“First of all, I categorically deny that I personally know Alyzza Agustin, who claimed that she used my business card to avoid getting a traffic citation”
Below is the screenshot of the said apology.
FHM Top 100 Sexiest Women in the World for 2013 earlier and proudly shared that she was let go by traffic enforcers after she flashed PNP Chief Supt. Alexander Ignacio’s business card in an apprehension for her number coding violation.
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She also wrote: Nahuli nanaman ako dahil coding but because of you, Boss Alex, wala ng huli huli. Thank you so much sa napaka useful mong card with matching dedication pa #happykid
The business card had the words “PLS ASSIST MY EA, ALYZZA AGUSTIN,” and allegedly bore Ignacio’s signature.
The post quickly went viral, even after she had deleted it, earning the ire of netizens many of which speculated of a special relationship between Igancio and Agustin. The incident prompted Ignacio to issue a statement and the MMDA to summon Agustin.
Ignacio categorically denied knowing the sexy model and claimed that the card she flashed was fake. He also added the he didn’t have any EA (Executive Assistant) and such position doesn’t exist in his office.