Former NU hitter Inaudito survives bolo attack
Volleyball player Reuben Inaudito (left, no. 9) survived a hacking incident Sunday.
Philippine Air Force hitter Reuben Inaudito survived a hacking incident Sunday night while trying to break off a commotion in his hometown in Kalibo, Aklan.
The former National University standout sustained wounds from an allegedly drunk attacker wielding a jungle bolo, but is already in safe condition, according to Air Force assistant coach Dante Alinsunurin.
“Ang balita sa akin ay nakiaawat lang siya tapos bigla siyang nataga,” said Alunsurin, also the NU men’s team head coach. “Nangyari daw kagabi doon sa lugar nila sa Kalibo.”
Alinsurin said that it was Inaudito’s girlfriend that told him about the incident.
“Nalaman ko lang ‘yung nangyari sa girlfriend niya,” said Alinsunurin. “Pero ‘yung talagang buong detalye hindi ko pa talaga alam.”
“Noong nabalitaan ko ‘yung nangyari tinawagan ko kaagad, nasa ospital na,” he added. “Hindi talaga sila makapagkwento sa akin ng buo kasi hindi ko alam kung natatakot pa o siyempre baka natataranta pa sa nangyari.”
“Pero ang importante safe naman na siya,” Alinsunurin said of the open spiker.
Inaudito led the Bulldogs to back-to-back titles in the UAAP from Season 75 to 76, where he won Finals Most Valuable Player, and was a vital cog in Air Force's Open Conference and Reinforced Conference championships in the 2nd Spikers’ Turf last year.