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WATCH: Claudine Barretto finds son’s briefs in fridge

By: - Reporter
/ 10:15 PM June 23, 2019

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MANILA, Philippines — An Instagram live video triggered a lot of wheezing and laughter as it captured actress Claudine Barretto opening the refrigerator at her house to get some drinks — but finding instead her son’s underwear.

The live video, which was posted early Sunday, shows Claudine congratulating her eldest child, Sabina, before focusing on her two other children, Santino and Quia, who are playing video games.

Baretto then asks netizens who are watching to give her a minute as she will look for drinks in the refrigerator.

On opening the refrigerator, however, Baretto finds her son Santino’s brief.

“What the heck, what is this?” a wheezing Baretto said as she calls for Santino.

A visibly embarrassed Santino says: “Are you recording? I thought it was drying.”

Barretto struggles to contain her laughter, almost lying on the floor.

“Loko ka. Why did you put your brief in the ref?” a laughing Baretto asks.

Netizens watching filled the comments section with laughing emojis.

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“So raw, I love it!” one netizen noted.

“The laughter of Claudine is so precious!” another netizen said.

(Editor: Alexander T. Magno)

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