Payback: After Giving Golf Course Beating, Filipino Mayor Suffers Virtual Ass-Kicking

December 31, 2008 -

The mayor of Masiu City in the Philippines suddenly finds himself targeted by an online game, although apparently not without some justification.

It all began on the day after Christmas. Filipino blogger Bambee dela Paz writes that she was golfing with her 56-year-old father and 14-year-old brother when the foursome of Masiu Mayor Nasser Pangandaman, Jr. jumped ahead of them. Words were exchanged, and Bambee's dad and brother eventually suffered a beatdown at the hands of Pangandaman and his party.

Fast forward to yesterday when Kick Nasser appeared on the Web. The simple Flash game has only one object: to kick the Mayor and send him flying over golf course-like terrain.

Of course, there are two sides to every story.


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Re: Payback: After Giving Golf Course Beating, Filipino ...

Re: Payback: After Giving Golf Course Beating, Filipino Mayor

153,145

Yes I have a WIP. Just wait and see.

Yes I have a WIP. Just wait and see.

Re: Payback: After Giving Golf Course Beating, Filipino Mayor

Kill the embeding, the autoloading generates ads that I would rather not listen too.

Re: Payback: After Giving Golf Course Beating, Filipino Mayor

Never mind, it's the amount he sticks out his butt.

 

170,979m

Brain: "Pinky, are you pondering what I'm pondering?" Pinky: "I think so, Brain, but we're already naked."

Re: Payback: After Giving Golf Course Beating, Filipino Mayor

Why am I still playing this?

171K+ so far.

Re: Payback: After Giving Golf Course Beating, Filipino Mayor

162,137 now. XD


Re: Payback: After Giving Golf Course Beating, Filipino Mayor

 lol, If you read the comments of the blog of the "other side of the story" linked in this article... it's halarious. I can't understand half of it but they're seems to be a blog war going on, not sure who's on who's side.

 

121 652k  that was on my first try, never able to get close to that after

 

 

EDIT:  WOot  just got 161 692, just realize the guy doesn't bend over all the way everytime

Re: Payback: After Giving Golf Course Beating, Filipino Mayor

Well my high seems to be 155,517.

And I have to agree with Master_E, it really is addicting.

Re: Payback: After Giving Golf Course Beating, Filipino Mayor

161,691 here.

It's kind of addictive. :)

 

Re: Payback: After Giving Golf Course Beating, Filipino Mayor

142,113 here.

As for the story behind it. For some reason I'm not surprised.

Hunting the shadows of the troubled dreams.

Hunting the shadows of the troubled dreams.

Re: Payback: After Giving Golf Course Beating, Filipino Mayor

155,571

Yes, I am a liberal. I also believe in a strong military, less government, and the right to bear arms. 

Re: Payback: After Giving Golf Course Beating, Filipino Mayor

147,245

Re: Payback: After Giving Golf Course Beating, Filipino Mayor

 They assaulted a 14 year old? Thats just a little pathetic.

Re: Payback: After Giving Golf Course Beating, Filipino Mayor

Somehow, the de la Paz version of the story sounds a bit fishy.  I'm siding with the mayor on this one.

Re: Payback: After Giving Golf Course Beating, Filipino Mayor

Considering how "fishy" Filipino politicians are though, something like that probably isn't something that should be all that hard to believe.

Re: Payback: After Giving Golf Course Beating, Filipino Mayor

LOL 154,920

 

first try lol

Re: Payback: After Giving Golf Course Beating, Filipino Mayor

woot, got a lil over 129k :D

edit: 129,896

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