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Sunday, May 12, 2019

OFW Tied On A Tree In KSA Now Repatriated

Just recently, a photo of an overseas Filipino worker allegedly deployed in Saudi Arabia who is tied up on a tree. According to the post, she was allegedly tied up by her sponsors in a tree outside her sponsor's house. The incident, according to the social media post, happened in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The OFW was tied on a tree by her employer as a punishment for allegedly exposed a piece of household furniture under the sun. The employer is reportedly a member of the Saudi’s royal family. Department of Foreign Affairs had already taken action regarding the incident and repatriated the OFW the same day as they received the report.

Just recently, a photo of an overseas Filipino worker allegedly deployed in Saudi Arabia who is tied up on a tree. According to the post, she was allegedly tied up by her sponsors in a tree outside her sponsor's house. The incident, according to the social media post, happened in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The OFW was tied on a tree by her employer as a punishment for allegedly exposed a piece of household furniture under the sun. The employer is reportedly a member of the Saudi’s royal family. Department of Foreign Affairs had already taken action regarding the incident and repatriated the OFW the same day as they received the report.       Ads  An overseas Filipino worker who was tied to a tree by her employer in Saudi Arabia is now back on Philippine soil, the Department of Foreign Affairs said Friday.    "OFW Lovely Acosta Baruelo from Saudi Arabia arrived in Manila at 8:55 PM on 9 May 2019," DFA said in a statement.     A picture of the Pinay OFW tied to a tree made the rounds on Facebook with fellow Filipinos asking for help on her behalf.    The case of the Pinay was referred to the Philippine Embassy in Riyadh on May 9 and she was repatriated on the same day, the DFA said.    "OFW Baruelo was allegedly punished by her employer by being tied to a tree," DFA said.   The Philippine Embassy in Riyadh reported that the case of OFW Baruelo was referred to them on 9 May and she was repatriated on the same day,” the DFA said.  Baruelo was allegedly tied to a tree as punishment by her employer, the DFA added.   Ads      Sponsored Links    The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) reports that OFW Lovely Acosta Baruelo from Saudi Arabia arrived in Manila at 8:55 PM on 9 May 2019. The Philippine Embassy in Riyadh reported that the case of OFW Baruelo was referred to them on 9 May and she was repatriated on the same day. OFW Baruelo was allegedly punished by her employer by being tied to a tree.

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An overseas Filipino worker who was tied to a tree by her employer in Saudi Arabia is now back on Philippine soil, the Department of Foreign Affairs said Friday.

"OFW Lovely Acosta Baruelo from Saudi Arabia arrived in Manila at 8:55 PM on 9 May 2019," DFA said in a statement. 

A picture of the Pinay OFW tied to a tree made the rounds on Facebook with fellow Filipinos asking for help on her behalf.

The case of the Pinay was referred to the Philippine Embassy in Riyadh on May 9 and she was repatriated on the same day, the DFA said.

"OFW Baruelo was allegedly punished by her employer by being tied to a tree," DFA said.

The Philippine Embassy in Riyadh reported that the case of OFW Baruelo was referred to them on 9 May and she was repatriated on the same day,” the DFA said.

Baruelo was allegedly tied to a tree as punishment by her employer, the DFA added.

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The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) reports that OFW Lovely Acosta Baruelo from Saudi Arabia arrived in Manila at 8:55 PM on 9 May 2019. The Philippine Embassy in Riyadh reported that the case of OFW Baruelo was referred to them on 9 May and she was repatriated on the same day. OFW Baruelo was allegedly punished by her employer by being tied to a tree.
OFW Tied On A Tree In KSA Now Repatriated


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