Effigy of Miss Philippines burned by a Columbian

A video went viral containing a minute-long clip of a man burning an effigy of the newly crowned Miss Universe 2015, Miss Philippines Pia Wurtzbach.

The video was uploaded on Facebook by a certain Noider Almanza Barraza, who according to his profile, hails from Barranquilla, Colombia.

 A screenshot from the video.
A screenshot from the video.


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The video was taken down by the user after millions of users responds to his post.

Here's the official apology statement from the Columbian:

COMUNICADO El video que subi a mis redes sociales es de unos muñecos de fin de año que es una tradicion de mi pais de...

Posted by Noider Almanza Barraza on Saturday, January 2, 2016


English translation by Facebook:
Release the video that I posted to my social networks is about dolls of the end of the year which is a tradition of my country to burn in dolls the characters or something that causes controversy or that they are news in the year 2015, to leave behind what It happened in 2015 with the burning of dolls and begin a new year at no time was to hurt or offend people of Philippines I am very sad and stir arrependito of what caused this video but I wasn't the only one that I burn that kind of Dolls, I apologize.... And I deleted all of my social networks obvimente the news ran and the video is up on Youtube or other internet paguinas apologies

I'm sorry.

Video by Viralfor2day on YouTube.
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