If the urge strikes you to go to the Philippines, and while you’re there, you feel the need to go to a karaoke bar and sing, make sure you *can* sing. If not, you may die. That’s what happened to a poor unfortunate soul named Romy Baligula. He was halfway through a song, I don’t know what song it was, and 43-year-old security guard Robilito Ortega yelled to him that he was out of tune. He kept on singing, and our security guard just couldn’t take any more of his caterwauling, pulled his service revolver, and silenced him with a bullet to the chest! Our singer will never sing again, he died instantly.
If you think that’s too weird, the article says deaths and fights often happen in the Philippines because of people singing out of tune, and songs like Frank Sinatra’s My Way had to be removed from the list because apparently, a lot of us can’t do the song justice and violence breaks out too often because of people’s warblings.
Ooo! I have an idea! I know how we can get rid of that warbling whore! Let’s send her to the Philippines!