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ABS-CBNNews.com reports that former Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) president and current match commissioner Cristy Ramos—daughter of former President Fidel V. Ramos—filed a a complaint filed with the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Disciplinary Committee. She alleged that Philippine Azkals players Angel Guirado and Lexton Moy disrespected and sexually harassed her when was inspecting their acceditation cards and kits shortly before the friendly game between the Azkals and the Malayan Tigers on February 29. Ramos formally filed the complaint on Friday, March 2.
Sunstar.Manila reported that in the complaint addressed to AFC Disciplinary Chair Lim Kia Tong, Ramos revealed what occurred when was at the Azkals dugout: "Lexton Moy (No. 25) stood by my right side and said in a loud voice 'Must be a B cup,' to which the players laughed loudly. As I was the only female in the room, he was apparently referring to my bra size." She added, "Angel Guirado (No. 12) stood in front of me purposely just wearing his briefs and made no attempts to wear shorts or cover his underwear."
Interaksyon.com published Ramos' entire complaint and, in it, she also noted: "While all this was happening, none of the Philippine team officials present nor the team captain, James Joseph Younghusband (No. 7), made any attempts to discipline the players and tell them to behave properly. In fact, they were also laughing and seemed to be enjoying the revelry at my expense. Philippine team manager Dan Stephen Palami and Philippine head coach Hans Michael Weiss were both not present in the changing room at the time of the team check."
Philstar.com reported: "Upon receiving a copy of Ramos’ complaint, the Philippine Football Federation and Azkals team manager Dan Palami launched their own probe. "