However, Alyzza Agustin deleted her apology on her Facebook account as of Wednesday morning. The deleted post has been posted on Topgear.com.ph.
“I would like to apologize to everyone who was affected and offended by my post, fellow motorists, Director (sic) Alexander C. Ignacio and his family and the PNP Institution as a whole. I was just overwhelmed by that moment because I was caught in traffic for hours coming from work,” she said in her apology, according to a report on GMA News TV’s “News to Go.”
Topgear.com.ph has the screenshot of Agustin’s initial Facebook post which went viral with over 6,000 likes, 3,000 shares and 2,300 comments.