Broadcast journalist Karen Davila looks into the dispute between a sari-sari store owner and three kids who were caught stealing from her sari-sari store in the special holiday episode of "Pinoy True Stories: Engkwentro" tomorrow (Dec 25) on ABS-CBN.
When Aling Marietta finally found six and seven-year olds "Aron," "Ren-Ren," and "Kenneth" filching junk food items from her store in Baseco, she immediately reported them to barangay officials. But since they are minors, their parents have become involved in the dispute.
Since the three children are not old enough to understand proper behavior, how should parents teach them that taking something without paying for it is wrong? Is stealing a sign of a more serious emotional problem?
Meanwhile, Maan Macapagal and Dominic Almelor report on a case involving a kid who was found in a trash bin on Coastal Road in Paranaque City in "Pinoy True Stories: Saklolo" this Wednesday (Dec 26).
Barangay officials from Paranaque sought help from authorities in seeking the parents of the child, who is said to be three years old but can't either talk or walk. The kid was also found to have cerebral palsy after subjecting her to medical examination.
Don't miss the Christmas episodes of "Engkwentro" with Karen Davila tomorrow (Dec 25) and "Saklolo" with Maan Macapagal and Dominic Almelor on Wednesday (Dec 26) on ABS-CBN, 4:45 PM in Kapamilya Gold. For updates on the two programs, follow @PinoyTruStories on Twitter.
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