If you say someone has a striking resemblance to the sexy star Cristine Reyes, then you might be flattered, right? Well, this lady might actually keep pace with the actress.
Meet Alyzza Agustin. She was said to be one of the most popular models today, and we’re not denying it. She’s pretty, indeed, and possesses alluring eyes and captivating smile. She began modeling since 2012, and her catwalk career eventually strutted into fame.
The stunning lady endorsed cars and ramped at fashion events. Moreover, she had her name included at the Top 100 list of FHM’s sexiest women. Her initial dream was to be a flight stewardess, given that she was a Tourist student at a university in Manila.
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People admire the model for her beauty and voluptuous body. But while it’s nice to see a lot of netizens appreciate her physique, many were displeased because of her issue way back in 2014.
According to Inquirer Lifestyle, Alyzza was exempted after committing a traffic violation. She reportedly presented a fake business card which was signed by then-Philippine National Police (PNP) Director of Plans, Alexander Ignacio.
Her post was:
“Nahuli nanaman ako dahil coding but because of you Boss Alex wala ng huli huli. Thank you so much sa napaka-useful mong card with matching dedication pa #happykid”
(I was caught again because I had violated the number coding, but because of you, Boss Alex, I was not apprehended. Thank you so much for this useful business card with matching dedication.)
Her post was met with backlash. Netizens criticized her for what she did. Soon enough, the PNP official spoke out.
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“There is a problem on the authenticity of the card. So basically, that’s fake. The card which she posted is not an official PNP business card representing my office, my rank, and my designation. I am a Chief Superintendent (1-star rank) and not a Director (2-stars).”