FakeTaxi invades Manila, Philippines; goes viral

FakeTaxi invades Manila, Philippines

Photo of a FakeTaxi taxi rolling in the Philippine road attracts a flood of comments by women, but men are giving warning to all women.

FakeTaxi invades Manila, Philippines
Photo courtesy of Erin Deighl

Taken near Market Market in Taguig City, a FakeTaxi model vehicle was photographed by Facebook user Erin Deighl.

The photo was posted online and soon went viral – attracting thousands of likes and comments from users all over the world. As of press time, the post has been shared more than 7,000 times. But most of the comments from Facebooks users was tagging friends.

Erin posted “NOW IN THE PHILIPPINES! Just got true. Hahaha. RIP Girls” along with her photo. Perhaps this is a reference to women riding in taxis where the drivers could be porn stars and women being victims?

Sources said FakeTaxi is a pornographic website which features a guy in a cab pretending to be a taxi driver and picks up a female passenger, but they end up having sex inside the vehicle.

Fake Taxi originated in European countries and featured women with similar stories to Bang Bus, according to sources.

But the very big question is how they ended up doing pornographic scenes in Manila?