PNP expects crime to go down on Pacman’s fourth bout with Marquez
THE Philippine National Police (PNP) are expecting that criminal incidents throughout the country to surge down during Sunday’s bout of Sarrangani Rep. Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao.
This will be the fourth time that Pacquiao will be squaring off with Juan Miguel Marquez at Las Vegas, Nevada.
PNP spokesman, Chief Supt. Generoso Cerbo Jr., said that it has always been a trend that criminal incidents is going down whenever Pacquiao, also know as People’s Champ goes up in the squared ring.
“Base on trend and experience in previous fights… we are expecting that there will be a dramatic decrease in criminal incidents,” Cerbo told reporters in a press briefing in Camp Crame Friday afternoon.
The PNP spokesman said that policemen and their dependents can watch live and for free the fourth boxing match between Pacquiao and Marquez at Camp Crame’s multipurpose center.
“They can watch if for free… as long as they (policemen) are already off duty. Even during the fight, our anti-criminal operations will continue,” Cerbo said.