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Netizens note Cedric Lee, Simeon Raz matching shirts

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Cedric Lee (left,orange shirt) and Simeon “Zimmer” Raz (center, red shirt) are brought by agents to the NBI headquarters in Manila. Thery were arrested in Oras, Eastern Samar for grave coercion and serious illegal detention charges with the alleged mauling of Vhong Navarro last January 22, 2014. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO/RAFFY LERMA

MANILA, Philippines—Two dudes staying inside a secluded house, all on their own, in a far-away province – it all adds up to something, for the netizens at least.

When the National Bureau of Investigation captured the fugitive pair of Cedric Lee and his friend Simeon “Zimmer Raz” Palma Jr. in Eastern Samar, one of the ideas that tickled the fancy of netizens was the duo’s matching shirts.

Lee and Raz both wore, according to Bandera’s Ambet Nabus, Burberry shirts.

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  • dorcas711

    Pambansang past time–mangintriga! Hahaha..di nga sila na??

  • Head Birth

    Wow nagkamatch lang ng shirt news worthy kaagad, good Job inquirer!



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