The clamp is gone
PUT TO GOOD USE. The EAR previously wrote about a derelict PUJ that had been abandoned in a lot but was clamped by city traffic personnel who thought it was still in use and illegally parked. Here's an update; the clamp has been removed.
An EAR source passed by the PUJ and saw that it no longer had a clamp. When he asked the owner of a nearby eatery what happened to it, the owner said traffic personnel just came by and removed it.
"Maayo ra sad, magamit to sa mga abusado nga moparking. Wa ra g'yud to'y pos diha," the eatery owner said.