It's illuminating to learn what nations, other than the U.S., consider to be acceptable behavior by foreign nationals in their borders. The Philippines are quite different from the United States. A foreign national faces deportation for being rude in a golf game.
(Kidapawan City, Philippines) A South Korean golfer, Young Youn Yun, became upset with slow play by the group ahead of him at the Davao City Golf Club, so he hit a ball at them. The ball landed close to Filipino golfer Gary Santiago who was the target of Young's angry shouting.
When confronted by Santiago amid several people that included Vice Governor Pinol, the South Korean arrogantly shouted at the Filipino golfer and later vented his ire on Pinol when he was reminded not to shout at Filipinos.Apparently, it's extremely bad manners for a foreigner to shout at a Filipino so Vice Governor Pinol whacked Young with his putter as several other Filipinos pinned him to the ground.
As a result, Young filed charges against Vice Governor Manny Pinol and Gary Santiago but there's little chance of prosecution since everyone has been insulted by him.
Meanwhile, Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte expressed support for his buddies, Pinol and Santiago, and called for Young's deportation because of his arrogance and for insulting Philippine citizens.
"No foreigner has the right to insult a Filipino in his own country," Duterte said.Mayor Duterte ordered Young to be kicked out of Davao City and called the Bureau of Immigration and Deportation (BID) seeking immediate summary deportation proceedings against the South Korean.
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