(SPOT.ph) Who would have thought that a journalist known for being a tough guy would figure in a rumble with an actor who had previously dabbled in action films and an actress who used to be tagged as a soap opera queen? But that's exactly what happened last Sunday, May 6, when Philippine Daily Inquirer columnist and TV5 host Ramon Tulfo and actor Raymart Santiago reportedly exchanged blows at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport's Terminal 3 because Tulfo had been taking photos of Barretto (Santiago's wife, in case you didn't or still don't know by now) while she berated an airline's employee. A video of the incident posted by an eyewitness on YouTube shows that Barretto and Santiago's companions also joined the ruckus.
At this point, it is not really clear what happened, as both parties claim to have been the recipients of the first blow. As expected, nobody admits to starting the fight, which looked more like a WWE melee. But unlike the staged WWE smackdowns, this one was all too real.
Of course, netizens have weighed in on the subject. Some have blogged about it, commented on it, tweeted about it, and referred to it in their Facebook statuses. Then, there are those who have started a graphics meme out of it. Naturally, we've gathered some of the most provocative ones. Click on the illustration below to see more user-generated creations.
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