My husband is 1/2 Filipino, born in Manila to a Filipino mom and an American military dad. One of then (I'm assuming FIL) said yes to circ, not realizing that it doesn't mean quite the same thing there as it does here in the USA. So DH is supercised. So on the plus side, he still has all of his foreskin, but it is not intact.
The sad thing is that MIL and FIL never even know that the circ wasn't "right." On one hand that's good because they never tried to have it "completed" later on, but DH went his whole life thinking he had a botched circ where they took the top and left the bottom. It wasn't until after our son was born and I was researching circ (making sure we did the right thing) that I found out about the tradition of supercision in the Philippines and showed DH the information and pictures. Fortunately he was never the type that wanted his son to "look like daddy" anyway, he said no to circ before he even knew about his own. But it was a big revelation for him and he had to call his parents right away and say "did you know about this??" They didn't. It must not have been a strongly-opinioned decision for them, since when we told them we weren't going to circ our son, FIL said "are you sure?" and we said "yes" and that was the last time they ever mentioned it. I'm glad they didn't push the matter, but it also means they must have done it to DH "just because."