‘Love-scammed’ woman ends up sleeping in police station

CALASIAO, Pangasinan – A 24-year-old call center agent from Manila ended up sleeping at the police station here after her alleged boyfriend denied having any relationship with her.

(Photos courtesy of Pastor Jess Jordan/ MANILA BULLETIN)

Elsa (not her real name), a graduate of Mass communication told the police that she was not allowed to stay with her boyfriend after coming to Calasiao.

The mother of her alleged boyfriend did not allow her to stay overnight in their house to rest after a long trip from Manila.

“Napagod po sa biyahe ang dalaga matapos na itoy lumuwas mula Boni (Mandaluyong para makita ang boyfriend) na taga Pangasinan,” the police said.

She arrived in Calasiao Wednesday evening after she was fetched by her alleged boyfriend in front of a fast food chain and brought her home.

But when her boyfriend’s mother asked her what her relationship to her son was, she happily replied: “jowa po kami.” (We are in a relationship.)

When the mother asked her son, he denied that they are in a relationship.

 “Matapos noon, hindi na pumayag ang nanay na makitulog o makapahinga ang dalaga sa kabila ng pagod na inabot nito sa biyahe, mula sa pagsakay ng taxi hanggang Dau then nag van muli para makarating ng Rosales, Pangasinan at sakay uli patungo naman sa bayan ng Calasiao.”

Turned away from the home of the man she believed was her boyfriend or “jowa,” she went to the Calasiao Police and asked for help.

Lt Col. Ferdinand de Asis, chief of police and his personnel immediately helped the young lady.

Pastor Jess Anthony Jordan, a life coach,  helped the victim by offering her advice and praying for her.

The Calasiao Police allowed her to stay and rest at the police station where she was given food and cash for her fare back to Manila.

The woman said she met the man through online games. (Liezle Basa Inigo)