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Church leaders from the Philippines for Jesus Movement (PJM), an organization representing Christian churches, have taken legal action against drag queen Pura Luka Vega due to her trending online performance of The Lord’s Prayer. On Monday,

PJM President Bishop Leo Alconga, Pastor Romie Suela, and Pastor Mars Rodriguez individually filed complaints on behalf of their respective congregations, who were offended by Amadeus Fernando Pagente, also known as Pura Luka Vega.

The complaints allege that Vega violated Article 201 of the Revised Penal Code, which deals with the exhibition of indecent or immoral plays, scenes, acts, or shows in public places, including those that offend any race or religion.

Additionally, they claim that Vega also violated Republic Act 10175, also known as the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012.

Article 201 of the Revised Penal Code sanctions “those who, in theaters, fairs, cinematographs, or any other place, exhibit indecent or immoral plays, scenes, acts, or shows, whether live or in film, which is prescribed by virtue hereof, shall include those… who offend any race or religion… are contrary to law, public order, morals, and good customs, established policies, lawful orders, decrees, and edicts.”