MANILA, Philippines – Actor Ping Medina late Monday evening called out his colleague Baron Geisler who allegedly urinated on him in a shooting scene.
In his lengthy and curse-laden Facebook post, angered Ping narrated how Baron almost ruined the scene in the movie “Bugbog” they were shooting, with an uncalled for move to pee on him.
“Right before mag-take dun may narinig akong sinabi ka: May gagawin ako sa’yo Ping ah. Sana ‘wag ka magalit.” Ping narrated, adding that he initially thought Baron would spit on him.
However to his surprise, Baron allegedly peed on Ping while his hands and feet were tied while his mouth was taped.
“Napakabilis ng pangyayari. Naramdaman ko na lang na may bumabasa sa dibdib ko. Medyo mainit at may amoy,” Ping said as he almost left his character.
“Umagos ito. Basang basa ang shirt ko. Umagos ito hanggang sa bibig ko. Buti may nakatakip na tape,” he added.
Ping said he continued the scene as a professional actor. Right after the scene, he mulled on fighting with Baron but the latter was not fighting back.
Ping instead punched a concrete wall which led to his fracture. He lamented Baron’s behavior.
“Baron… Hindi ka isang ganap na ‘actor’ dahil ang tunay na actor ay may malasakit sa trabaho. Hindi ‘yung pumupunta ka sa set na lasing and God knows kung ano pa tinira ng p******** yan,” Ping said.
“Baron… Hindi ka tao… Ang hayop hindi iniihian ang kapwa na nangingisi-ngisi pa nang patago. Nag-enjoy ka sa ginawa mo!” he added.
Prior to the incident, Ping said he had a five-hour conversation with Baron which he said made him think the latter was a changed man after being tagged alcoholic and violent when drunk.
Baron promised to be sober on the film’s set however he still escaped to drinking beers despite chances given.
Ping then warned his colleagues to always ask if Baron is part of the project before accepting it. He also asked ABS-CBN executive Cory Vidanes and GMA’s Jay Tordecillas to stop giving Baron a benefit of the doubt.
Film Development Council of the Philippines chief Liza Dino was also angered by Baron, saying he doesn’t respect the industry.
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