Senator Panfilo "Ping" Lacson, the party's standard-bearer, rejected allegations on Tuesday that former Vice President…
Tito returns to the teeing region, while Ping returns to farming.
MANILA – Panfilo Lacson and Senate President Vicente Sotto III appear to be back on track after losing the presidential and vice-presidential elections.
Lacson’s son, Panfilo “Pampi” Jr., shared a video showing his father farming root crops while wearing a shirt, jeans, and sandals on Facebook.
Lacson, 73, who was one of the first presidential contenders to concede Ferdinand Marcos Jr.’s unassailable lead last Monday, told reporters that he is looking forward to returning to his family and civilian life and that he hopes to return to vegetable farming in his home region of Cavite.
Lacson stated that he intends to restart his fitness program and eat a healthier diet.
“It’s either Malacaang or home for me.” If I return home, I want to reclaim my self-esteem. Exercise natin pati napabayaan. Tapos, I was unable to exercise due to the campaign because takot kang kumain ng marami (I was unable to exercise due to the campaign). Because of the campaign, I was unable to eat properly. He explained, “I didn’t want to eat much”)
Sotto’s Facebook profile, meanwhile, shows him golfing.
When Sotto, 73, became Senate president, he stopped golfing.
“I’m going to work on lowering my handicap in golf.” It’s currently between between 9 and 10. Sotto’s handicap used to be between 3 and 5.
A handicap is a number of strokes added to a player’s score in a certain golf game to recognize his or her ability to stay within the allotted number of strokes per hole.