Broadcast journalist Julius Babao tracks down a vendor using double-dead meat in selling lechon in Novaliches, Quezon City this Monday (August 12) in “Bistado.”
“Alisa,” one of the buyers, only learned that the lechon she bought was double-dead meat when her family got poisoned. She said that she was convinced to buy because it was cheap. Will the vendor pay for putting others’ lives in danger just to earn money?
Julius will also reveal modus operandi of a syndicate hacking e-mail accounts to steal money. Witness the story of “Racel,” one of the victims, who lost approximately $2,000. What are the ways to protect e-mail accounts from hackers?
Different styles of thieves on streets caught on Bistado’s surveillance camera will also be shown in the episode.
Don’t miss “Bistado” this Monday (August 12), 4:45 p.m. on ABS-CBN. For updates on the program, like its facebook page www.facebook/BistadoTV or follow @BistadoTV on Twitter. For complaints, contact Bistado hotline, 414-2539 or text Bistado(space)(message) and send to 2327 for Globe subscribers and to 09178902327 for other networks.