Col. Wilson Doromal, field office director of the HPG National Capital Region, said they pulled over at least 50 couple riders, but none of them were found to have been faking their marriage documents.
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50 back-riding couples pulled over – HPG
Neil Jayson Servallos (The Philippine Star) - July 13, 2020 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines — No couples faking their relations have been apprehended so far by authorities implementing back-riding protocols for motorcycles as officers were directed to be more considerate, the Highway Patrol Group (HPG) said yesterday.

Col. Wilson Doromal, field office director of the HPG National Capital Region, said they pulled over at least 50 couple riders, but none of them were found to have been faking their marriage documents.

The government has allowed couples to ride on motorcycles provided they have plastic barriers between them as protection against the coronavirus disease 2019.

Aside from married couples, members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community are allowed as long as they are living in one house.

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