One Direction Ordered to Post Cash Bond for Manila Concert

One Direction member Zayn Mailk and Louis Tomlinson are ordered to post cash bond to be allowed to perform in the Philippines!

The Bureau of Immigration has ordered One Direction’s Manila concert promoter to post cash bond as a requirement before the band can perform in the Philippines.

Zayn Mailk and Louis Tomlinson have been told to pay Php 200,000 each to guarantee they will not use drugs while in the country.

Elaine Tan, spoke person for the The Bureau of Immigration, said that the cash bond is “intended to protect the public interest should the band members commit any violation during their stay in the Philippines.”

The said amount will be forfeited in case they commit any immigration violation.

One Direction will be in the Philippines on March 21 and 22 for a two-night concert event, which will be held at the SM Mall of Asia Arena in Manila.

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