Philippines’ Ninoy Aquino International Airport was in hot water because of the scandalous “tanim bala” or bullet planting scheme in 2015, which airport security personnel were allegedly doing as a means of extortion. Now, the airport is once again facing controversy as airport authorities recently arrested a baggage loader who was caught stealing.
Filipino publication Pilipino Star Ngayon (via The Manila Times) reported that an officer from the Aviation Operations and Management, Inc. (AVOMSI) arrested the suspect, named Roger Daniel, after jewelry items were found in his hands. According to the report, Daniel had, in his possession, four sets of earrings, four rings, two necklaces, and a wristwatch. These items belonged to a passenger of the Etihad Airways.
A security specialist confronted the suspect after he saw him act suspiciously.
AVOMSI security Meresa Porgadas observed Daniel acting weird when he was at the airport terminal’s breakdown area or the area where the luggage will be loaded onto the conveyor belt
When Porgadas did a body search, he found the stolen items.
The suspect had been under surveillance for months.
Authorities had been observing Daniel for several months before the arrest was made. Daniel was suspected to have been involved in another case of theft at the airport.
Netizens have expressed their disappointment on the lack of security in NAIA. Some were furious and even shared their own experiences of having their things stolen from them while still at the airport. Others have expressed their concern over the lack of CCTV in areas where the luggage passes through. There were also those who commended Porgadas for the job well done on apprehending the thief.
There have been many complaints about items being stolen from passengers who come from different airline companies and arrive at NAIA.
Thailand is Sick Of Backpackers Begging For Money On Streets
The country’s government even coined the term ‘beg-packers’ for them.
Travelling to different places is definitely a fun thing to do, provided that you have the luxury to do so. And by luxury it means resources such as food, clothes and, more importantly, money. These are the basics – a no-brainer perhaps. But alas, some so-called backpackers are trying to stain the art of travel by begging for money on the streets.
Apparently, Thailand has had enough of these backpackers. In fact, they coined them with the name "beg-packers" for the literal meaning of it.
Backpackers (infamously known as "beg-packers") are flooding the streets of Thailand, begging for money to support their travel needs.
Bodies of Couple Who Disappeared 75 Years Ago Found Preserved in Glacier
“They were perfectly preserved in the glacier and their belongings were intact.”
The bodies of a couple who mysteriously disappeared in Switzerland 75 years ago were finally found. According to authorities, their corpses and all their belongings were perfectly preserved in a shrinking Tsanfleuron glacier.
Marcelin and Francine Dumoulin disappeared on August 15, 1942 after milking cows in the meadow above Chandolin in the Valais canton. They were found on a glacier near a ski lift above Les Diablerets resort by a staff doing routine maintenance work on the equipment.
The staff first saw a protruding foot from the ice.
Twitter of Chester Bennington’s Wife Hacked, Tweets About Cheating With Mike Shinoda
Fans are hoping the tweets are not really coming from Chester’s wife.
As millions of fans mourn the death of Linkin Park frontman, Chester Bennington, his wife, Talinda-Ann Bentley, on the other hand, is believed to be targeted by a hacker, according to reports. The former Playboy model’s Twitter account was hacked and tweets include confessions about cheating with Chester’s bandmate Mike Shinoda.
Recently, Bentley took to the social media platform to post sick tweets in which she said she encouraged the vocalist to kill himself and that no one will care about his death. Prior to this tweet, Bennington’s wife wrote on Twitter admitting to cheating with Shinoda. The tweets have since been deleted but different news outlets have already picked up on it.