Na Siete Si Claudine
The brawl started according to reports that when actress Ms. Claudine Barreto reprimanded the flight attendant of the Cebu Pacific Airlines when she found out some of her luggage were missing then she saw an unknown man taking coverage or taking pictures what was happening with her with the flight attendant while she bash loudly in front of the other passengers regarding their missing luggage which according to Ms. Barreto and her group was left or off-loaded by a personnel at Aklan airport without their consent from their Boracay trip when they arrived at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3 thru Cebu Pacific Airlines.
Her husband actor Raymart Santiago or Martin Santiago in real life confronted the unknown man taking advantage of her wife bashing acts and found out to be the columnist Ramon Tulfo who happens to be on the arrival area also from his trip from Davao. According to columnist Ramon Tulfo, at first he felt pity for what happened to celebrity couple Raymart and Claudine but change his heart when he saw the tongue lashing acts of Ms. Barreto to an ordinary flight attendant and then took advantage the incident as a journalist who seeks interesting, controversial and juicy reports.
Who the first who took the punch and skirmish was not yet known for the incident is still under investigation, however, both parties blame it’s the other party who started the brawl, thus both file counter charges. Sad to say the incident was not caught by a close circuit television (CCTV) cameras according to Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3 manager Octavio Lina.
The incident is now the talk of the town and actress Ms. Claudine Barreto’s career just become worst because of the said incident or brawl. Her showbiz career just become more “Shit”(Siete :7) since she transfer to GMA Channel 7 for if it is not why her showbiz becomes lie low.
More unpleasant incidents involving her, her Philippine showbiz career will become doom or she will become one of the forgotten actresses on the Philippine entertainment industry.