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Monday, November 02, 2015

Even Some Taxi's Going to the Airport Are Part of the Tanim-Bala?

The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) summoned the operator and the driver of the Virgil taxi with license plates UVK 190 that was allegedly involved in a laglag-bala case near the NAIA. LTFRB’s announcement was posted on the agency’s official Twitter account yesterday morning. LTFRB chairman Winston Ginez said that the board would issue a show cause order against the operator and driver of the taxi requiring them to appear at a hearing on Wednesday morning to give their side about the scam that has been circulating online.

Julius Niel Habana posted on Facebook some photos of the Vigil taxi on Oct. 30 warning OFWs who will be going abroad. Habana said that his seaman friend was on his way to the NAIA on Oct. 29 when he was almost victimized by the laglag-bala scam. He said his friend noticed that the taxi driver had placed something inside his bag. 
Habana said the seaman sent him a text message asking for his advise and he told his friend to go to his place first before going to the airport. He said when his friend arrived he took the bag from the taxi and they found a .38 caliber bullet inside. He said that because his friend was catching an international flight, they did not file a complaint against the taxi driver and the seaman took another taxi to the airport. Source: