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/ 10:59 PM July 26, 2013

The box office personnel of cinemas here in Metro Manila are trained to detect fake MTRCB deputy cards. The use of such fraudulent cards can send you to up to six years in prison.—Movie and Television Review and Classification Board Chair Eugenio Villareal, following the arrest Tuesday of two people using fake cards to watch a movie for free in Cainta, Rizal province

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