Friday, March 20, 2015

In the Philippines, One Direction pays a deposit marijuana – BBC

Worried because of the bad reputation of the boy band, the authorities of the archipelago have asked the UK to perform the equivalent of 4200 euros. The amount will be forfeited if the group is caught using illegal substances.

The success we know, has already gone to their head. But what about the smoking joints? The British boy band One Direction had to pay a preventive security to the Philippine authorities concerned of the possibility that it uses illicit substances, before giving two concerts in the archipelago, announced the immigration services. Philippine authorities, a country in which the group is very popular, asked the singers Zayn Malik and Louis Tomlinson to pay a bail of 200,000 pesos (4,200 euros), said Thursday a spokesman for the Office of the immigration.

It was speaking before the announcement of Zayn Malik package. Regarding the official reason, it just left his comrades full tour due to “stress”. For users, the singer could get home to his girlfriend Perrie Edwards, particularly because of infidelity rumor. Zayn Thursday took a flight to the UK. The tour will continue without him.

The Philippine authorities have said that the security was precautionary and would be forfeited if the group was caught consuming or promote any drugs. With this requirement, the authorities “want to protect the public interest in the event of scam illegal by the group during his stay in the Philippines,” said Elaine Tan. A video of Malik Youth idols, 22, and Tomlinson, 23, currently showing smoking what looked very much like a joint of marijuana during a tour in Peru had gone around the Internet this year last. Some fans of the group, largely formed by hordes of teenage baby-faced, had said shocked.

One Direction group, now reduced from five to four members, must occur 21 and 22 March on the seafront, in the largest mall in the Philippines, which can accommodate tens of thousands of people. The first date is played sold out and this should also be the case for the second concert.

Marijuana use is illegal in the Philippine archipelago where the vast majority of the 100 million people are devout Catholics and where the Church has a great influence on society.


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