After Ateneo, UST and St. Paul College Pasig also get fake bomb threats
This is plain crazy.
On February 12, Ateneo de Manila University’s classes were disrupted by a fake bomb threat. Little did we know that two more Metro Manila schools would experience the same thing later this month.
Bong Lozada of Inquirer.net reports that on Wednesday, February 26, "the University of Sto. Tomas received a bomb threat via a text message saying that bombs would go off at Albertus Magnus, St. Raymund's and Roque Ruaño buildings between 3pm and 6pm." It turned out to be a hoax.
ABS-CBNnews.com reports that on Thursday morning, February 27, "classes were dismissed early at St. Paul College Pasig on Thursday morning due to a bomb threat." It is most likely also a hooax.