- Geisler is hounded by controversy anew after he urinated over the body of his fellow actor
- The enraged and disgusted Medina posted a lengthy narration on Facebook on how the unfortunate event transpired
- Diño-Seguerra also lambasted Baron for being disrespectful to his co-worker, an act that is worse than animal
- Baron Geisler defended his self through Facebook post that the incident is a just mere “misunderstanding”
Baron Geisler is hounded by controversy anew after he urinated over the body of his fellow actor, Ping Medina, during a taping in Subic.
The enraged and disgusted Medina posted a lengthy narration on facebook on how the unfortunate event transpired.
Medina said Baron arrived at the set in a sober mood. It’s been five days since Baron abstained from drinking alcohol in response to his mother’s request who was currently confined at the Intensive Care Unit.
At 4:00 am, Baron borrowed P200 from Medina to buy food, but later found out that he used it for beer.
Later on, Baron invited Medina to do some line rehearsal. It was obvious that Baron was already tipsy as he could not deliver his dialogue properly after three retakes. Baron got offended when Medina decided to call it off.
According ABS-CBN report, to When the actual shoot is about to start, Baron was heard saying “May gagawin ako sayo Ping ah. Sana wag ka magalit.”
Medina, whose hand and feet were wrapped in packaging tape to execute a scene similar to extra judicial killings (EJK), could not rebut because his mouth was also tied.
Medina just guessed that maybe Baron would only spit on his face only but he was caught by surprise when Baron hovered around his body, opened his zipper and started urinating on him.
Despite the stinking smell and the urine that flowed through his chest up to his mouth, Medina finished the scene before confronting Baron for executing a scene that was not in the script and never asked his consent.
“Hindi ka tao. Mas mababa ka pa sa hayop. Kasi ang hayop hindi iniihian ang kapwa na nangingisi-ngisi pa ng patago. Nag enjoy ka sa ginawa mo!” the fuming Medina told Baron.
Meanwhile, Geisler defended his self through Facebook post wherein he claimed that the incident is a just mere “misunderstanding.”
As chairman of the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP), Liza Diño-Seguerra assured Medina that she will do all her best to prevent the similar incident from happening again.
Diño-Seguerra also lambasted Baron for being disrespectful to his co-worker, an act that is worse than an animal.