Netizen calls out airport employees for alleged luggage theft against a hardworking OFW

A lot of Filipinos work abroad with the hope of providing all the needs of their family. They endure the longing for their loved ones in order for them to have a comfortable life. However, their hard work could turn into nothing, especially if an unfair circumstance happens. This OFW looked forward to giving the gifts she brought home to her family. To her surprise, once she opened the luggage, she found these presents missing.

Facebook user Jimmerly vented out her annoyance regarding the shocking experience her friend went through. It turns out that her OFW friend named Jen was a victim of luggage theft! The netizen believes that the employees in the airport were the ones responsible for this incident.

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On the photos she uploaded, her friend Jen looked very devastated upon discovering the missing items inside her luggage. Among the stolen things were nice clothes and chocolates intended for Jen’s child and family. As seen in one photo, the padlock on her luggage remained intact but the zipper was already broken.

It was unclear whether she lost her things when she landed in Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3 or at the Davao Airport. They also tried contacting these airports to complain, however, she was just given a promise that they would call her back regarding this matter.

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People online also expressed their disappointment with this incident especially when this isn’t a first time that such case happened. For the past years, allegations regarding luggage theft in airports made by its employees has been constantly surfacing.

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Maira Baguio

Maira Baguio graduated from Polytechnic University of the Philippines with a bachelor's degree in English. She loves to explore different languages, culture, and fashion.

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