'Bourne Legacy' Production robbed while filming at Navotas Fish Port?!?

'Bourne Legacy' production team got robbed in Manila on their 14th shooting day?

'The Bourne Legacy' Manila shoot marks its 14th day today, January 25, exactly two (2) weeks since the filming began in January 11.

Everything has been going fine and flowing smoothly since they started shooting here, except that the production team allegedly got robbed while filming at one location today.

According to a report from GMA's '24 Oras' earlier, the 'Bourne Legacy' production's 3 rolls of electric cables with estimated amount of over 100-thousand pesos reportedly were stolen during the shoot today at the Navotas City Fish Port Complex.

Really? That's so shameful! It's definitely more fun in the Philippines, isn't it?

'Bourne Legacy' lead actor Jeremy Renner's back shot while filming at the Navotas Fishport (Photo courtesy of Tania Arpa @TaniaArpa via Twitter)

The incident is only 2 days after a group of foreign tourists also lost their belongings in Binondo, Manila last Monday.

As reported on GMA's "24 Oras" last night, it happened while the tourists were dining at a fast food chain in Binondo, when a man at the other table stole their baggage. The incident was caught on CCTV.

The foreign tourists visited Binondo to witness the grandeous Chinese New Year celebration there, which they documented on video.

Stolen things, which reportedly cost a total of $10,000 or close to 500-thousand pesos, include cameras and the video captures of the places they've visited in the Philippines. (LATEST UPDATE: The stolen baggage was already returned to the owner on Thursday, January 26.)

After Navotas Fish Port, the Bourne Legacy's next location will be in Intramuros then at Taft Avenue, and in Palawan by the end of the month.

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Mykiru is an entertainment blogger, having been named recently as one of the Top 10 Pinoy Showbiz Resources in the Philippines. For 8 years now, Mykiru has been delivering the latest, the hottest and most trending issues in the country.
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