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MANILA, Philippines - 'Goodbye Bading' trended online Tuesday afternoon as the authority found this so called biggest illegal firecracker in Bocaue, Bulacan.

Biggest illegal firecracker PNP has discovered "Goodbye Bading."
Biggest illegal firecracker PNP has discovered "Goodbye Bading." Photo Credit: Chiara Zambrano/Twitter
'Goodbye Bading' trends on Twitter Philippines
'Goodbye Bading' trends on Twitter Philippines
The firecracker "Goodbye Bading" (Goodbye Gays) according to the Philippine National Police (PNP) is one of the most dangerous firecrackers which was discovered since 2012.

The PNP is also monitoring the sale of illegal firecrackers like 'Hello Colombia' and 'Goodbye Philippines.'

Illegal firecracker named "Hello Colombia" found in Bocaue
Illegal firecracker named "Hello Colombia" found in Bocaue. Photo Credit: Chiara Zambrano/Twitter

Illegal firecrackers 'Goodbye Philippines' discovered in Bocaue
Illegal firecrackers 'Goodbye Philippines' discovered in Bocaue. Photo Credit: Phyro/Twitter

PNP said these firecrackers violated safety standards under Republic Act 7183.

The Department of Health (DOH) strongly advised parents not to allow children to use firecrackers during the holiday season, especially in welcoming the New Year. DOH reiterates the risks of injuries brought about by unsafe use of fireworks and firecrackers.

'Wag Pasaway sa Paputok Goodbye Kamay!
Posted by Department of Health (Philippines) on Monday, December 7, 2015

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