Village drinking session ended in hacking after a farmer was piqued by his probing drinking buddy who called him hooded or uncircumcised.
Dárlán Páléncìá Bárcélón
Legazpi City, [03.30.18] – The Malinao Municipal Police Station is still awaiting for the individual decisions of the two persons who were involved in a hacking incident – if they are still willing to file a case against each other, Police Chief Inspector Arthur R. Gomez, the Chief of Malinao Municipal Police Station.
Police Chief Inspector Gomez told www.philexaminer.com Friday in a phone interview on the progress investigation on the hacking incident in Purok 2, Barangay Bulang, Malinao, Albay last March 28.
“The two are still recuperating in hospital [Bicol Regional Training and Teaching Hospital] and we are still awaiting for their formal complaints that will signify their interest to pursue the case on each other,” Chief Inspector Gomez explained.
It can be recalled that on March 28 Malinao Police has responded to a hacking incident in Purok 2 of Barangay Bulang in Malinao town – between the two persons who had a petty argument over circumcision issue.
The following victim and suspect were identified by police as Domingo Borra y Borbe, 28 years old, farmer and Albino Golgota y Bolima, 27 years old – both residents of Purok 2, Barangay Bulang.
The two were having a drinking session with their friend, Ronnie Begino when Albino tagged Domingo in Bikol as “lapisot” or uncircumcised.
Domingo responded back to Albino’s accusation in Bikol you are the uncircumcised [Ika an lapisot] which piqued Albino – the tagging led to a heated argument between the two and ended to a hacking.
Allbino attacked Domingo with a bolo and he was wounded, but Domingo retaliated and attacked Albino and inflicted wounds on his shoulder and different parts of his body. The two were brought to Ziga Memorial District Hospital and were transferred to Bicol Regional Training and Teaching Hospital in Legazpi City, police investigation said.