Angel Locsin and Anne Curtis deny they were "clad in bras" in any billboards as MMDA claims
(SPOT.ph) Actresses Angel Locsin and Anne Curtis yesterday, July 13, rebuffed a statement made by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority, reports Manila Bulletin. In the statement released on Monday, July 11, MMDA ordered to dismantle tarpaulins along EDSA-Boni that showed the two stars wearing only their bras.
As soon as the issue broke, Curtis immediately tweeted on Monday: "Hello I don’t think I have any billboards along Boni-Edsa to begin with. Most specially in a bra :) I think @MMDA may be wrong :p." She also clarified on the social networking site that she has never posed for a billboard in her underwear. "[At] the most bikinis! Pero walang billboard now as they have claimed na pwede tanggalin ngayon... The only billboard I have along Boni-Edsa is SMDC yata at naka-GOWN ako dun!!! Saabeh!!" Curtis also said that all of her billboards along EDSA are still intact.
Meanwhile, Locsin’s Century Tuna billboard showing her in a one-piece bathing suit was dismantled. She commended the MMDA's move to regulate ads, however, the Imortal star also took to Twitter to reprimand the group. "@MMDA if u think offensive our BB’s na in a DECENT Bathing Suit & Gown po, fine :) don’t use our names na lang 2 promote whatever u r doing."
According to the MMDA statement, apart from posting offensive and lewd contents, Curtis’ and Locsin's billboards violated the National Building Code and lacked the necessary permits.