There is already a long list of OFWs having an affair abroad while married or have a partner in the Philippines. Famous cases like Sheerlyn Gerasta whose partner personally sought the help of RaffyTulfo to deport his cheating wife.

In another case, a Filipina was caught by her own Filipina employer bringing a man into their house and making him enter her bedroom. It turns out that the domestic helper is married in the Philippines and had young children.

To add to the list of infidelity cases, another OFW who became undocumented in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) had an affair with a Pakistani man to save her situation abroad.

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Just like Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries, UAE is a conservative country that prohibits physical contact outside marriage.

Facebook user Anna Lorraine Sarmiento posted a video on social media which appears to violate the laws in UAE. In the video, a man can be seen hugging the Filipina by the back and doing malicious actions.

According to Sarmiento, she posted the video in an aim to let the woman’s husband in the Philippines know the doings of her wife abroad. She also added that the cleaning company that the Pakistani in the video owns refused to pay her salary for months.

Furthermore, Sarmiento claims that the company of this Pakistani accepts expatriates even without work permits or those who escaped from their employers. She also said that the two are living together.

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Itong babae n nsa video ay isang takas sa aming agent at nagyun ay wla cyang documents at nkikisama sya sa isang pakistan.. At itong pakistan n ito ay may cleaning company n tumatanggap ng mga takas at wlang papel n aplikante.. At d nila binibigay sahod ko sa tagal n buwan.. Ngyun ay nagsasama cla ng wlang papel.. Ung babae ay may aswa at maliiy n anak sa pinas.. Kya ito pong video n ito ay makikishare pra malaman ng aswa nya amg ginagwa nya dto sa uae. Kawawa ang aswa at anak nya sa pinas.. Madami pa itong lalaki dto uae..

Posted by Anna Lorraine Sarmiento on Thursday, October 17, 2019


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