Radio anchor vs Digos city health employee argue (video)

This viral video features a radio anchor and an employee of the Digos City health office having an argument. Watch then tell us who's arrogant.

The 7-minute, 24-second clip shows Jun Blanco, chief executive officer of Sagay Broadcasting Corporation, engaging in an altercation with a female staff inside the city health office.

Speaking in vernacular, Blanco introduced himself and asked for the employee's name, but the latter refused. The broadcaster started to raise his voice and insisted for her name.

"Just tell me your name, tell me your name," Blanco told the employee, who was explaining that the announcer should have approached in a proper manner.

When the employee again refused to give her name, the radio anchor asked her to show an identification card and said she should be wearing an ID on duty.

Blanco called the female employee arrogant, but she said it was his reporters who were arrogant.

The video already got almost 8,000 shares and was viewed over 438,000 times since it was posted on July 15.

In an interview with a local paper, the radio announcer said the employee scolded his reporters as they were trying to follow-up on several sanitary and health-related concerns.

Among their concerns is a stinking canal in front of the local office of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), according to a Facebook post of K37 field reporter Jake Yakan. He and his cameraman were the ones who allegedly got scolded.

Blanco, anchor of the "Isumbong Mo Kang Jun Blanco" program on Muews Radio Digos that's also shown on cable channel K37, said he received several complaints against the employee who allegedly berates people seeking assistance from the agency.

Many netizens criticized Blanco for his act, describing it as "rude," "unethical," and "unprofessional."

City health officials, the Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas (KBP), and the Civil Service Commission (CSC) have yet to give a word on the issue.