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Some netizens want Ruffa Mae to collaborate with another comedian, Ethel Booba, as navigation voice.
The netizen also noted that the suspects were wearing casual clothes as if they're just about to go to work.
Another netizen agreed by commenting "exactly." The same user also pointed out another photo where Markle was spotted with her pal Markus Anderson where her stomach looked flatter than usual.
The official advised netizens to make their report clear by identifying the suspected violator, what is the violation or the crime being committed, when and where it happened, so that they can place the suspect under surveillance.
Netizens had mixed reactions regarding the Instagram post.
But they said such opinions were "exaggerated." "Korean beer is very mediocre and it's not as terrible as a lot of them say," one netizen said.
To stimulate online interest, the winner of the Netizen Prize will this year for the first time be elected by the Internet public, who are invited to cast their vote online.
The second Netizen fund project, Friend, introduced in March of this year, drew 100 investors in 60 seconds; they are each expected to receive a 300% return.
Christopher Smith (R-N.J.) introduced the Netizens Protection Act of 1997 in May.
'Julia Barretto should just sit down,' the netizen added.
"That's funny, i thought kate middleton's dress broke royal protocol or do those criticisms only apply to meghan markle?" ( one netizen pointed out.