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Monday, August 28, 2017

33 Bullets Found in Woman's Balikbayan Box in NAIA


As travelers, it is very important to know what is inside your luggage, what to bring and what is prohibited especially for Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) and all airline passengers where bags went to x-ray and lot of screenings at the airport.  Aside from being vigilant with your luggage in the airport against "tanim bala or laglag bala syndicate", we should aware what to bring inside our bags to prevent security problems.  Just recently, the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) confirmed cases of passengers accidentally traveling with bullets in their luggage.

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As travelers, it is very important to know what is inside your luggage, what to bring and what is prohibited especially for Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) and all airline passengers where bags went to x-ray and lot of screenings at the airport.

Aside from being vigilant with your luggage in the airport against "tanim bala or laglag bala syndicate", we should aware what to bring inside our bags to prevent security problems.

Just recently, the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) confirmed cases of passengers accidentally traveling with bullets in their luggage.


Read: New 'Laglag Bala' In NAIA?
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33 bullets discovered in Balikbayan box in NAIA
These passengers are not a victim of Tanim Bala or Laglag Bala because they really owned the ammunition found in their luggage.

The owner is a California-based woman named Jean Lolita Manipud Robles, 45, of Morgenhill, California, was booked on flight BR278 bound for Taipei when the screener at Gate 2 departure entrance found six pieces of cal. 380 placed inside a green bottle and 27 pieces of cal .45 placed inside a matchbox inside her balikbayan box.
Robles claimed she accidentally brought the items, which were confiscated by authorities. 

The owner was allowed to exit the country after showing the necessary documents.
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A .45 caliber gun and magazines were taken from 52-year old passenger in NAIA
There is another passenger apprehended in NAIA Gate 6 after he was found to have a .45-caliber gun and a magazine in his sling bag.

He said, he forgot to remove the items from his bag. He is now facing charges after airport officials discovered that his license to carry firearms is already expired.

Earlier this month, Senator Ralph Recto said, there is a "Maleta Gang" targeting OFWs in NAIA. He also instructed airport security to investigate the alleged new case of Laglag Bala in NAIA.


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