In a video that quickly went viral on Facebook, professional boxer Jay Primo Solmiano, also known as Rapido, who works in Hong Kong as a boxing instructor, was seemingly drunk when seen publicly punching and kicking a fellow Filipino migrant worker named Ricky.
According to a Facebook user named Maria Iluesa Dadulla, Solmiano was with a group of his friends who were also drunk. One of Solmiano’s friends was apparently slapping a woman when Ricky and his friends intervened.
Solmiano reportedly got angry and punched Ricky repeatedly. Photographs of Ricky showed he suffered two black eyes and a broken nose.
After Solmiano posted an apology on Facebook, many netizens were critical of his conduct, saying Solmiano should not be working in Hong Kong and should return to the Philippines.
According to Hong Kong law, the maximum penalty for assault and fighting in a public place is a 12-month jail term and a fine of HK$5,000 (US$637).
Update: Three Filipinos face police inquiry into brawl in Central
Sana mahatulan kana Solmiano at pagbayaran mo kagaguhan mo para madama mo naman sakit ng ginawa mo sa kapwa mo di porket professional boxer ka kung saan saan mo ipagyayabang sa ginawa mong yan di kana professional nagmukha kang bobo at tanga
Big insult of the Philippines????
Wow, kabayan d iyan ang magandang paraan para sumikat ka.
Buti na lng wala ako dun.. Thanks God talaga kasi palagi ako dun nainom with some friends. ..
Bernard Higham Billyham be
kung humatol kyo daig pa ninyo ang judge alam ba ninyo ang lahat nang nangyari hirap sa inyo always jump to conclusion
Dapat lang sundin ang batas dto sa hongkong tpos deport nila…napakasawapang nya
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