Tight security at Dolphy’s funeral | Inquirer Entertainment

Tight security at Dolphy’s funeral

By: - Reporter
/ 10:51 AM July 15, 2012

MANILA, Philippines – Authorities at the Heritage Park in Taguig City stepped up security measures hours before the private burial of comedy king Rodolfo “Dolphy” Quizon Sr. this Sunday afternoon.


Only those in the guest list provided by the family of the late comedy king were allowed inside the Heritage Park,   security chief Jobel Pantalleon said in an interview over Radyo Inquirer 990AM.

“Ma’am  nagbigay po ng listahan po ang pamilya Quizon kung sino lang po ang pwedeng pumasok sa loob. Kapag wala po doon  sa listahan, hindi na namin pinapayagan pang pumasok  po,”  Pantalleon said.


Aside from the family, relatives and friends in the list, Pantalleon said  only members of the media, who were issued identification cards Saturday, will be allowed to cover the interment.

Even fans were not allowed to get a last glimpse of their idol.

“Sa gate meron na pong mga fans po na nag aabang pero sila po ay hindi na rin po pinayagang makapasok sa hiling  ng pamilya Quizon para sa kanilang pribadong pamamaraan,”  Pantalleon added.

So far, some relatives and  celebrities like  Gio Alvarez, who played as one of Dolphy’s  sons  in “Home Along da Riles” and  Edu Manzano  were spotted by this reporter  before the  last  mass for the late comedy king this Sunday morning.

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