Covid rule-breaker dies after Philippines police ‘made him do 300 squats as punishment’ for going out to purchase water after 6pm
- Darren Penaredondo, 28, died April 3 within the Philippines after struggling seizures
- He had been arrested on the evening of April 1 after breaking curfew to purchase water
- Police allegedly pressured him to do 100 squat thrusts, and made him repeat the train thrice as a result of he saved stumbling
- He returned house barely in a position to stroll or stand earlier than collapsing and dying
A Filipino man has died after allegedly being pressured to do 300 squat thrusts by police as punishment for breaking Covid guidelines in his house nation.
Darren Manaog Penaredondo, 28, died in Normal Trias metropolis, on the outskirts of the capital Manila, on April 3 – two days after he was caught by police shopping for a bottle of water from an area store after the 6pm curfew.
Companion Reichelyn Balce stated he and a gaggle of different curfew-breakers had been pressured to do 100 squat thrusts – however needed to repeat the train in the event that they did not do it in unison.
By the point Mr Penaredondo arrived house the next morning, Ms Blace stated he had carried out 300 of the workouts and was barely in a position to stroll.
Darren Manaog Penaredondo, 28, died after being pressured to do 300 squat thrusts by police, leaving him struggling to face (pictured) earlier than he suffered a seizure
Mr Penaredondo (left), died on April 3 within the Philippines – two days after being pressured to do 300 squat thrusts by police for breaking Covid curfew
‘When he got here house on Friday, round 8am, he was assisted by a fellow quarantine violator who was arrested with him,’ Ms Balce informed native information website Rappler.
‘I requested if he was crushed up. He simply smiled however it was apparent he was in ache.’
Ms Blace stated he was unable to face for the remainder of the day, and was crawling throughout the ground as a result of his legs and knees harm a lot.
Then, whereas making an attempt to make use of the toilet, Mr Penaredondo started struggling seizures and needed to be revived by a neighbour utilizing CPR.
He regained consciousness for a short while afterwards, however finally handed away round 10pm with out ever reaching hospital.
Cousin Adrian Lucena introduced the loss of life on Fb, writing: ‘We love you a lot. We won’t enable these accountable to flee justice.
‘Sorry I can not go house due to these instances. I really like you a lot.’
Reichelyn Balce (proper), Mr Penaredondo’s companion, stated he collapsed and suffered seizures whereas making an attempt to make use of the toilet – then died earlier than she may get him to hospital
Mr Penaredondo’s cousin posted this picture of his physique on Fb, pledging to get justice because the native mayor opened an investigation
Rodolfo Cruz Jr, head of native village guard items, confirmed that Mr Penaredondo was arrested for breaching curfew on the evening of April 1 – however stated he was handed over to municipal police shortly afterwards.
Lieutenant Colonel Marlo Solero, head of the native police drive, denied that squats are used as a punishment for curfew violators and stated officers are supposed to provide lectures to rule-breakers.
If police are discovered to have ordered Mr Penaredondo to do squats then it won’t be tolerated, he added.
Mayor Ony Ferrer launched a press release on Fb as information of the loss of life unfold, pledging to hold out a full investigation.
‘We need to know what actually occurred for the household’s sake,’ he stated.
He added that he had been involved with Mr Penaredondo’s household to supply his condolences.