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Boyet Fajardo’s Folly

March 25, 2009


The employees of Duty Free Philippines are readying criminal charges against a popular fashion designer, Boyet Fajardo over the incident several days ago wherein he went into an angry outburst against two employees.

Fajardo’s public scolding of the female and male Duty Free  staffers was recorded by the firm#s closed circuit video cameras.

The fashion designer was seen berating the two in a loud voice and at one point ordered the male employee to kneel before him to beg forgiveness.

Boyet Falardo has since been interviewed on TV expressing regret over what happened but the Duty Free Philippines Employees Union saying Fajardo “did not appear to be sincere.”

Human Rights Commission chair Leila De Lima says “the violation of the two victims” dignity are covered by her agency’s legal mandate.”

This writer understands that the fashion designer must have realized his folly.

But saying sorry will not make things right unless Boyet Fajardo does make proper and sincere amends to his victims, and the public which he scandalized for his uncouth behavior.

He certainly should not wait for even his well-heeled clients to bring their business elsewhere.

Here’s my take on YouTube:

5 Comments leave one →
  1. March 25, 2009 10:42 am

    thank god for cctvs!

  2. March 25, 2009 10:49 am

    Hi taroogs,

    Technology does indeed havre is pluses. With the recording of Fajardo’s boorish behavior he probably would have denied the incident to death.

  3. jfdvrooooom permalink
    March 26, 2009 10:05 am

    How can you feel his sincerity, he doesn’t even know the last name of his victim. Please someone inform this low class person that his victim was Fernandez and not Hernandez

  4. March 26, 2009 11:32 am

    Hi jfdvrooooom,

    You know what struck me about Fajatdo is how in his so-called ‘”creative out burst” is his seeming failure to realize that through his despicably loud and boorish behavior he manage to shame himself and other gays.

    You know I believe that in this brief stay we have on earty what matters most of all is character, and the component respect for our fellowmen whatever creed, race, station in life, or gender preference.

    Fajardo has succeeded in fueling homophobia in Philippine society.

  5. eklavumer permalink
    March 28, 2009 11:53 am

    this is the kind of faggot that give the pink world a bad name. of course we all have our outbursts so to speak but we don’t do it to the extent of degrading a minimum-wage worker who is doing his job. this is almost unforgivable. i won’t be surprised that the next time we read about fajardo in the papers and browse him on the net would be an item of a gruesome death which he truly deserves.

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