Parañaque ‘underground hospital’ used to be sex den, raided last Feb


Residents revealed that the for Chinese workers discovered in a private subdivision in Parañaque used to be a sex den and was also raided last February.

We Love Multi Homeowners Association President Mel Marquez said the authorities raided the same house on February 9.


“Kung tutuusin dapat hotbed na ‘yan. Dapat under close monitoring na ‘yan. Hindi na po dapat nagkaroon ng second opportunity,” he told ABS-CBN’s Teleradyo.

(It should have been a hotbed. It should be under close monitoring. They should not have given a second opportunity.)

Gilbert, another resident who witnessed the said raid last February said, naked women and men, ran out of the house through the second floor. He also said a Chinese man even tried to hide at their home but was eventually arrested by the police. 


“Kumatok sa’ min ang raiding officer, not sure if NBI or PNP. Nakiusap pumasok at hinuli yung tao,” he said.

(The raiding officer knocked on our door, not sure if NBI or PNP. They asked if they could enter, and they arrested the Chinese national.)

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Gilbert questioned how the Chinese nationals were able to pass through the subdivision’s security, which has around 7,000 residents and 2,000 houses. 

“That’s the great question, kung paano ‘yang mga katulad na ‘yan nakakalusot. Kami, di kami basta makalabas, makapasok during ECQ (enhanced community quarantine). May window hours lang kung kailan kami pwede gumalaw,” he said.

(That’s the great question, how did they make through. Us, we cannot easily go in and out during the ECQ. We have window hours on when we can move.)

Marquez meanwhile said the building construction for Chinese workers in the subdivision also continued despite the mayor’s cease-and-desist order. 

The NBI Task Force Against Illegal Drugs (TFAID) raided a 3-story house in Multinational Village after an agent posed as a patient during the entrapment operation.

Authorities discovered beds, chairs, a rack of dextrose, and boxes of medicines inside the home. 

Only Chinese nationals working in Philippine offshore gaming operators (POGO) are being treated at the makeshift hospital, according to NBI-TFAID head Ross Galicia.

Arnel Gacutan, president of the Multinational Village Homeowner’s Association, insisted they knew nothing about the underground hospital.