InterAksyon.com and GMA News Online report that an off-duty police officer identified as SPO2 Ricardo Pascua got into hot water for allegedly "refusing to give way to the convoy of President Benigno Noynoy’ Aquino III."
The InterAksyon.com report noted that P-Noy’s convoy was on its way to La Mesa Dam near Bataan when they encountered Pascua, who was off-duty, in civilian attire, and on board "an orange Asian utility vehicle." Pascua, whose vehicle also had a Quezon City Polic District (QCPD) license plate attached to its bumper, reportedly "ignored the Presidential Security Group’s (PSG) signal to give way."
The GMA News Online report quoted Quezon City police head Chief Superintendent Mario dela Vega, who disclosed "that Pascua, who was assigned to the QCPD Station 4, was relieved from his post after the incident." Neither the InterAksyon.com or the GMA News Online report mentioned the specific date when the incident happened.
In any case, the GMA News Online report explained that "Presidential Security Group head Brig. Gen. Ramon Mateo Dizon ordered some PSG members approach Pascua when he refused to make way for the president’s convoy. However, Pascua allegedly refused to give his name or his driver’s license, and even said, "Pulis ako.’"