The viral photo of the abandoned car that was used for FPJ's Ang Probinsyano was already cleaned up and removed from the Manila Central Post Office.
Last September 11, a Facebook user named Roderick Tan uploaded photos of an abandoned car in the area.
According to the post, which was also reported by Topgear Philippines yesterday, September 13, the car was used as a prop for the ABS-CBN prime-time series.
Allegedly, the car has been in the area for two days, as told to him by bystanders at the post office.
The Facebook post read: "Kanina pag daan ko sa post Office.
Ako: anong nangyari dito?
mga tambay: pinasabog yan kahapon ng tanghali shooting po ng Probinsyano..
ako: 2 araw na ito dito?
mga tambay: oo
ako: walang bantay yan?
mga tambay: iniwan na yan kaya kinakalas kalas na namin.
"so ayun kamusta naman tayo niyan? asaan ang mga staff ng Probinsyano? hindi ba dapat nilinis nyo agad yan? porke ba Probinsyano kayo basta na lang kayo mag kakalat sa Manila? lol!
calculator photography: oo caculator ko may camera kung ayaw nyo maniwala post ko."
Recent episodes of FPJ's Ang Probinsyano showed the ambush of the first family, played by Rowell Santiago, Dawn Zulueta, Ryza Cenon, Heart Ramos, and Francis Magundayao.
The said ambush also involved car explosions that were taped at the Manila Central Post Office.
Today, September 14, or three days after the viral Facebook post, PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal) received an e-mail from Edward Celestial (firstname.lastname@example.org), containing an image taken from the post office.
The e-mail sender wrote, "Hello po. Dumaan ako sa post office area kanina and nakita ko na malinis na yung daan. Wala ng kotse. Gumawa agad sila ng action.
"Kung titingnan niyo rin ngayong araw yan kuha dahil makulimlim gaya ng panahon ngayon.
"Sana lang po maibalita niyo rin para po makita ng mga tao na hindi naman pinabayaan at inaksyunan agad yung nangyari. Salamat po."
It is not stated in the e-mail, however, when was the car removed from the post office.
Recently, FPJ's Ang Probinsyano also became a hot topic on social media because of the supposedly dead character who was caught on cam scratching his nose. The scene was also shot at the Manila Central Post Office.