62-Yr-Old American Nabbed in Bacolod for Uploading His Own Sex Videos

“62-Yr-Old American Nabbed in Bacolod for Uploading His Sex Videos.” In the “City of Smiles”, Bacolod,  an American was arrested by National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) agents at his home in Barangay Taculing last Friday, May 12, 2017.  The American national, Lee David Colglazier, 62,  was allegedly uploading internet sex videos of him and his multiple partners, both female and male.

American in Bacolod nabbed for uploading sex videoThird Crackdown in Bacolod

The Daily Guardian Iloilo reports this is the third time authorities have cracked down on alleged cybersex operations in Bacolod. Hopefully previous arrests didn’t involve some old guy with a wrinkled pee-pee.

Victim Turns in the Old Geezer

Renoir Baldovino, NBI-Bacolod agent-in-charge, reported Colglazier had been traveling between the US and the Philippines with a tourist visa.

Baldovino said a woman went to the NBI last month after she discovered the suspect uploaded their sex videos without her consent.

He said that victim was paid P1,000, about 20 US Dollars,  on several occasions to engage in sexual activities with Colglazier.

The NBI then placed the American under surveillance for weeks.

American National Arrested

NBI agents swooped down on Colglazier’s house around 10 a.m. Friday, armed with a search warrant from Bacolod Regional Trial Court..

Agents recovered the suspect’s laptop and cellphone, which contained several videos of him with different partners, both female and male, in “explicit sexual acts”, Baldovino said.

The suspect told the agents that it is not a crime to upload sex videos online in the United States.

“I told him that ignorance of the law excuses no one. Here in the Philippines, it is a crime,” Baldovino said.

Charges for anti-trafficking in persons and violation of Anti-Photo and Video Voyeurism Act of 2009 were being readied against the suspect, who is now detained at the NBI office in Bacolod.

Colglazier faces a fine of up to half a million pesos, 10,000 US Dollars, jail time of up to seven years and deportation.

The American may be released from detention if he can post the bail bond worth P120,000, 2,400 USD, Baldovino told Panay News.

 

Warning to All American Expats and other Foreigners

If you’re an American planning to move to the Philippines, please be advised that you’re living under a different set of rules in the Philippines. Here’s some advice:

  • Don’t smoke dope in the Philippines. It can get you arrested or even killed.
  • Don’t commit adultery in the Philippines. It, too, can get you arrested or killed.
  • Don’t insult a Filipino. This can get you arrested, thrown out of the Philippines, and yes, even killed.
  • EXERCISE THE BASIC COMMON SENSE THAT THE GOOD LORD GAVE YOU.