Delivery rider forces by a man who claimed to be a member of a popular fraternity to remove his ‘eagle’ shirt.

A confrontation between a delivery rider and a man who introduced himself to be a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles has gone viral on social media.

In a video, the delivery rider showed the man who kept confronting him and asking him to remove his long-sleeve shirt because of the Philippine Eagle imprinted on it.

According to him, the confrontation started when he confirmed to the man wearing a black Eagles t-shirt that he was not an official member of the said fraternity.

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After that, the man told him to remove his t-shirt, acting like they owned the Philippine Eagle image.

The delivery rider insisted that he did nothing wrong because he only bought the t-shirt online and he likes the Philippine Eagle design.

He also denied that he’s trying to act like a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles.

However, the man insisted that what the delivery rider was doing is wrong and he should remove his clothes.

“Ayan nakasoot ng Eagle pero hindi naman Eagle,” the man said to the delivery rider.

In the middle of the confrontation, the delivery rider was seems irritated already because his task was being delayed by the man.

“Nagtatrabaho ako ng maayos, bigla kayong a-ano diyan na bawal ang damit ko?” the delivery rider said.

Fortunately, concerned restaurant crews tried to separate the two.

Some netizens expressed their opinion, saying that the delivery rider did nothing wrong if he was not using the logo of the said fraternity.

“Every Filipino has the right to imprint and wear(with pride) our flag in a respectful manner together with anything that represents our nation(philippine eagle) it belongs to all Pinoys and pinoy by heart. Unless youre wearing their “official” logo (the fraternal order of eagles philippines)and not one of them.” netizen Eeyaj Gongora said.

We found the exact long-sleeve shirt online and there’s no logo of the said fraternity printed on it.

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As of writing, the said group has yet to release a statement on the issue.

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