Recently, the Philippine Consulate General in Hong Kong released an advisory regarding the posting of ‘indecent or obscene photos/videos on social media’.

This warning was raised following the recent viral photos of two Filipina women without underwear. It can also be seen that the photo was taken outside.

In the photo which was taken overlooking Hong Kong, two Filipina women were photographed without underwear. It is obviously on their faces that they are enjoying as they smile while being pictured. There are other women in the photo who were also taking pictures.

Recently, the Philippine Consulate in Hong Kong raised a warning against Filipinos posting indecent photos on social media. Such activities are considered a crime in Hong Kong and punishable by three years imprisonment and a fine amounting to HK$1,000,000 (PhP6,606,308).

According to the Control of Obscene and Indecent Articles Ordinance (COIAO) of Hong Kong, “a thing is obscene if by reason of obscenity it is not suitable to be published to any person; and a thing is indecent if by reason of indecency it is not suitable to be punished to a juvenile. Obscenity and indecency include violence, depravity, and repulsiveness.”

Filipinos, not just in Hong Kong, but all over the world are advised to respect and follow the rules and regulations of the country that they are currently residing.


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