I don't doubt the authenticity of the photo. I fear these kinds of things might be going on in the Philippines. Nor do I doubt the integrity of Fr. Chazal's actions. It certainly does not LOOK right, and I believe Fr. Chazal should find a way to inform the woman, somehow.
But at the same time, I do not question his wisdom in knowing HOW to go about informing her, so as to not CHASE HER AWAY. In these days, that is a real issue to consider.
This could be seen as a reason that Fr. Pfeiffer is in the USA and Ireland and South America while Fr. Chazal is in Asia.
And furthermore, we can't really know the objective or motivation of the photographer here. While it might immediately seem he was seeking a shot to document inappropriate dress, how do we know he wasn't looking for an ad page theme to advertise the sale of lace?
What is here to assure us that he was not hoping to attract more attendance at the chapel by promoting a campaign of "Come See How Far We've Come!?
Fr. Pfeiffer has already groaned out loud at the highly ODD practice of certain Catholics quickly jetting from one shrine to another only to stand in front of each in turn for a photo op! They can get their picture in front of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the Shrine to St. Rose of Lima, the Eucharistic miracle of Lanciano, the tomb of the incorrupt body of St. Francis Xavier, and the incorrupt tongue of St. Anthony of Padua, then after they're all framed and hanging on the wall, the guy in the pictures can go out and commit more mortal sins, die, and go to hell. He said so in context of the Philippines' supertyphoon that recently sent 50,000 (fifty-thousand) souls to their death, which he said was God's retribution for the sins of the Philippines. He explained this in the context of meeting an older priest who offers the TLM, but not because he likes it. He actually hates the old Mass and he hates Latin, but since there are people asking him to offer it, he does. Then in this priest's home, when Fr. P. asked him who the children are, pictured in the framed photos hanging on the wall, he replied, "Oh, these are my children ... in my heyday I had 30 mistresses." There is a severe social degeneracy in the Philppines, and therefore Fr. Chazal has a proverbial UPHILL BATTLE to wage war against. But this is his element. He is a FIGHTER for the Faith.