Hot Filipino woman inspired by "She's The One" posts video of her dream guy and asks help from netizens to meet him...
Check this out, "Filipino woman wants your help to find her handsome dream guy -- whom she spotted on the MRT". And no, this is not an ad by SMRT. It's more about a stalker-wannabe, one Ms. Harlene Azuela (the sweet stalker in the 1st screenshot below) who posted a courageous video proclaiming her feelings for the guy, who caught her eye on the MRT. The guy's identity was then revealed as "He Who Does Not Like to be Stalked". Just take a look at the 2nd screenshot below showing his face expression.
Harlene Azuela, reportedly a pharmaceutical company manager based in Singapore, is urging netizens to help her look for her dream guy she spotted at the MRT in the city. Many netizens praised Azuela for being brave enough to post the video and look for her dream guy. However, there are those who bashed her for doing so, insinuating that she is trying to get some attention. Others have expressed disgust because if the guy is married with kids or has a commitment, the post might affect the relationship. As of posting, there are no information that confirms Azuela has found her dream guy in the train.
I personally find this video suspicious. If she was really into tracking the guy, she should have mentioned more details about the train. For example, the train is on the way to Jurong East MRT station or some other clues like that. The timing too may help. Or did she notice him when he first came onboard? Or was it the other way around as in the guy had been there earlier than her. Anyway...
Unfortunately for this Filipino woman, whose video appeal on a handsome MRT commuter went viral, it seems a happy reunion is not on the cards.From Asiaone, "Handsome commuter in Filipina's viral video has a S'porean girlfriend".
A Facebook user who claims to know the man told citizen journalism site Stomp that he already has a girlfriend.
The friend added that the man is a nice guy and is happily attached to a Malay-Singaporean.
The Filipino woman, Ms Harlene Azuela, had previously posted a courageous video proclaiming her feelings for the guy, who caught her eye on the MRT.
Featuring a 30-second recording of him, the video went viral and has been reshared more than a thousand times on Facebook and on content-sharing sites like All Singapore Stuff since last year.
In the video, Ms Azuela said she was inspired by Star Cinema's She's The One, a Filipino romantic-comedy which revolves around a similar plot.
In the movie, a guy had spotted a girl fixing her car in the rain and was immediately entranced by her, posting a video of her it on social media titled "Girl in the Rain".
It went viral and after a series of events, the lovers found their way to each other.
However, it appears life really isn't like the movies and Ms Azuela will not be getting the same ending.