Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) Deputy Executive Director Mocha Uson has denied rumors she’s pregnant with Robin Padilla’s child.

OK ka ba tiyan? Mocha Uson shows off flat tummy to deny she’s pregnant with Robin Padilla’s child

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Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) Deputy Executive Director Mocha Uson has denied rumors she’s pregnant with Robin Padilla’s child.

Uson showed off her svelte figure in a short workout video clip uploaded on her Facebook page Friday (January 22) to debunk talk that she’s expecting a baby.

In the caption, the former actress said she’s embarrassed for Padilla and his wife, Mariel Rodriguez.

“BUNTIS DAW AKO KAY ROBIN? Wala pong katotohanan yang tsismis na yan. Napakabait po nung tao. Nakakahiya naman kay idol Robin at Mariel,” she said.

Uson then accused those “bitter” at the government for spreading the rumor.

“Alam ng lahat na ako at si sir Robin ay masugid na supporter ni Pangulong Duterte kaya nalang sinisiraan kami,” she said.

Taking a swipe at the “yellows” or those associated with the previous Aquino administration, Uson said: “Kulelat kasi sa survey ang pambato nilang si Robredo kaya kung anu-ano paninira ang iniimbento nila.”

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For buses’ benefit: 300K liters of fuel smuggled weekly from Bataan to NCR

By Nancy Carvajal

At least 300,000 liters of fuel is smuggled weekly from a shipyard in Mariveles, Bataan to garages of various bus companies in Metro Manila and nearby provinces, persons involved in transporting the product told the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI).

NBI Special Unit Action agent Melvin Escurel said individuals they have talked to claimed to be clueless about the smuggling of fuel.

“A witness said they just received instructions from ‘Jerome’ and ‘Eric’ to proceed to the Seafront Shipyard and wait for the barge that would fill up their tanker,’’ Escurel said.

Using a long hose, diesel is loaded into the tankers inside the shipyard from a barge anchored about 500 meters away from the dock.

The tankers are filled with fuel at least three times a week. They travel to the shipyard from a garage in Pasay City.

Escurel said four to five tankers deliver the fuel to the garages of various bus lines. One tanker, meanwhile, heads to Fairview, Quezon City to fill up a supposedly abandoned tanker.

Based on witnesses’ testimonies, Escurel said the fuel smuggling scheme involving the Bataan shipyard appears to be well organized.

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