Photos and videos of an Indonesian taxi driver who looks like Vice President Jejomar Binay’s long lost twin brother have been making the rounds online.
One of the photos uploaded by Facebook user Cess Barcenas showed the driver wearing a yellow shirt while flashing the "L" or "Laban" sign that presidentiable Mar Roxas II uses in his campaign.
Apparently, Barcenas and her group were in Indonesia and was shocked after noticing their driver's striking resemblance with the vice president so they decided to have a little fun.
Barcenas also couldn't help herself from posting a parody news item as a caption to their photos.
With an apparent change of heart, Vice President and presidential candidate Jejomar Binay has thrown the towel early in the presidential fight.
Liberal Party candidate Mar Roxas revealed that Binay, after a Three-Hour meeting, has agreed to drop from the race in exchange that Mar's administration will turn a blind's eye on the alleged corruption by Binay, thereby allowing the latter to keep his millions.
In an interview, Jejomar said: 'I had an epiphany in my sleep and will not push through with the campaign. I have earned a lot during my term as Mayor of Makati and Vice President. I had so many properties from the taxes of our people and I am very very sorry. I am now giving up and i will be endorsing Mar Roxas for president. Please vote for him.'
When asked of his future plans, the outgoing vice president quips: 'I have been working all my life and have earned a lot of money and properties but it has always been my passion to drive, now I will pursue my dream by being a Taxi driver in my new company: 'Only Binay Taxi.'
Sources say though that Binay has also taken his millions with him to Indonesia to build a Chicken Church.
Joke lang!! Teehee T_T"
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