Facebook has removed the real-life "Bagito" scandal video, which featured two high school students, that went viral since Friday, January 30.
The controversial video, which was 6 minutes and 25 seconds long, spread like wildfire on social media over the weekend.
As a matter of policy on self-censorship, this site decided not to provide a link or video embed and neither the students' identities nor the school's name and location were disclosed.
The viral video got more than 1.6 million views, 32,000 likes, 64,000 shares and 24,000 comments before it was removed at around 3 p.m. on Monday, February 2.
Prior to deletion, the video has drawn mixed reactions from netizens and sparked a debate online. Some were wondering why it took sometime for Facebook to delete it, while others said the incident is a clear proof that what's shown on TV is happening in the real world.