Frustration boils over as door of Perpetual dugout damaged after sorry loss to Letran
Filoil Flying V Centre staff attend to the damaged door of the Altas dugout. Reuben Terrado

FRUSTRATION boiled over for Perpetual Help on Friday, leaving the door of its dugout damaged at the end of a sorry loss to Letran in NCAA Season 93 at the Filoil Flying V Centre.

The door was already disconnected from the wall and the glass panel detached by the time mediamen arrived at the scene, moments after the Altas lost a tight game to the Knights, 61-63.

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One Altas player who asked not to be named pointed to Nosa Omorogbe, a member the Perpetual Help coaching staff, as the one who damaged the door.

Omorogbe was no longer available for comment after the incident.

Filoil Flying V Centre staff estimated the damage to be worth P6,000.

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