Traffic enforcer Saturnino Fabros-who was slapped by Robert Blair Carabuena-has his home "made over" courtesy of the MMDA

Michael Punongbayan of The Philippine Star reports that on Tuesday, August 21, "Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) workers surprised Saturnino Fabros at his house in Quezon City with a home makeover."

Michael Punongbayan of The Philippine Star reports that on Tuesday, August 21, "Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) workers surprised Saturnino Fabros at his house in Quezon City with a home makeover." The report noted that Fabros is "the traffic enforcer caught on video being slapped, punched and berated by Philip Morris executive Robert Blair Carabuena."

 

The report further added: "The repair and improvement of Fabros' two-story house is expected to be finished in three days. More than a dozen workers volunteered for the job. They came with trucks carrying gravel, sand, cement, wood, steel, and other construction materials from anonymous donors."

 

The report also quoted MMDA general services division chief Winston Besa said "many wanted to help give Fabros a better life after his encounter with Robert Blair Carabuena."

 

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