A member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles gave a short lesson to a man using their sticker without being a member.
In a post shared by Mariel Tardecilla, it can be shown how an Eagle member removed a sticker in a car owned by someone they found allegedly pretending to be their member.
It can also be heard that they’re lecturing the owner of the car, saying that they should not use the sticker if they do not really belong to the group.
“Pag pumasok ka sa brotherhood namin, pinaghihirapan. Hindi ka karapat dapat maglagay niyan kaya tanggalin mo nalang ‘yan,” sabi ng lalaki sa video.
It can be remembered that the said fraternity became popular on social media for putting their logos on their cars and clothes.
However, the popularity also means receiving criticism from the netizens.
Some pointed out that some group members allegedly hid their plate numbers using the Eagles logo.
An incident has also gone viral on social media after a man who claimed to be a member of the said fraternity forced a delivery rider to remove his clothes because he was wearing a Philippine Eagle-inspired shirt despite not using the logo of the group.
The fraternity later clarified that the man was not their member.