Lam-Ang found the house of Ines surrounded by many suitors. He had his rooster crow and the house fell down. He had his dog bark and the house rose up again.
The parents of Ines agreed to marriage if he will give a dowry which double their wealth.
As a tradition for a newly married man, Lam-Ang swam in the river for the rarang fish but he dove straight into the mouth of the water moster Berkakan. Ines had Marcos get his bones, which she covered with a piece of cloth. His rooster crowed and his dog barked and the bones started to move. Lam-Ang and Inez lived happily ever after.