Carolers banned in Boracay

BORACAY ISLAND, Aklan -- The local government of Malay prohibits the public from conducting caroling anywhere in Boracay island this yuletide season.

Island administrator Glenn Sacapano said that for years this resort island had been flooded by carolers, but this year they will be prohibited for the safety of everyone.

"If anybody knows of any caroling activity in this resort island, they should immediately report it to their nearest barangay so that we could determine their identities. We do not know if the carolers coming might endanger the safety of both the residents and tourists in this resort island," Sacapano said Tuesday.

The carolers will be inspected by the village officials in partnership with the Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office.

Sacapano said, aside from caroling, people asking for donations from residents of Boracay will also be questioned. (PNA)


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