Foreigner believed to be drunk drowns in Manila Bay

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Children dive into the water of Manila Bay in Pasay City to beat off the scorching summer heat. FILE PHOTO BY RICHARD REYES

MANILA, Philippines — A foreigner, believed to be a Liberian national, allegedly drowned in the waters of Manila Bay early Thursday, police said.

Police Officer 3 Jet Tajorera said the victim was identified as Abraham Weyah, based on a credit card that was found on his body.

He said there were reports which claimed that Weyah was seen drunk Wednesday evening, until police officers from MPD station 5 saw him drowning along the Baywalk area past 5 a.m.

Authorities rescued, tried but failed to revive him the victim, believed to be around 40 years old.

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  • buttones

    Manila Bay? He probably died of toxic poisoning, not drowning..

    • Horst Manure

      Choked on used diaper and no one wanted to give him mouth to mouth.

      • buttones

        Would you? Yuk! Anyway it was probably a condom- this is Manila Bay we are talking about….

      • kismaytami

        You’ve never had seen floating human feces on Manila Bay?

  • Hey_Dudes

    My goodness! The stiff probably never heard of this place polluted with squatters refuse? Kawawa naman.

  • UrHONOR

    SIGURO akala nya yong MANILA BAY ay isang malaking bote ng alak….lashing, eh! :)

  • Mr Moonlight

    cause of death- extreme amount of toxic chemicals found in his body
    culprit- urines and shiiits of GMA/Erap combo
    recommendation: bahala na kayong mag decide kung ano ang nararapat sa 2 lintiks

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