“Tanim bala?” Government employee complains after a bullet has found in her luggage during an airport inspection

Is the infamous “tanim bala” is back in NAIA?

Netizen Kristine Bumanglag-Moran, a government employee, shared on her friends how she was almost victimized by the tanim bala scheme which already victimized hundreds of passengers since 2015.

In her post, she said that the bullet had been found in her luggage at Ninoy Aquino International Airport terminal 3 gate 2.

When her luggage passed the X-ray, one of the officers asked her bags to be opened.

Photo: Kristine Bumanglag-Moran Facebook 

She was shocked when the officer discovered that there’s a bullet in the front pocket of her baggage.

Because of this, she started to panic and yelled at the airport employees, introducing herself as a government employee like them.

Photo: Kristine Bumanglag-Moran Facebook 

“Mga ******* kayo! Hindi pa pala tapos etong palabas nyo! Ako pa ang na timing-an niyo! Nagta-trabaho ako sa gobyerno tulad niyo! Mga ***** kako kasama ko ang naak ko na kaka-discharge lang sa hospital tapos ang nanay ko na senior citizen,” the angry government employee told the airport staffs.

After she introduced herself as a government employee, an airport police officer approached her and asked her about the problem, and she informed the authorities that she’s not going to tolerate what happened during that day.

A senior airport police officer also talked to her, instructing her to put her complaint in the logbook.

They also asked for her ID, but she refused, instead she presented her mother’s senior citizen ID.

In 2016, President Rodrigo Duterte ordered to end the alleged bullet-planting scheme in NAIA and he warned the airport employees that if the modus has been repeated during his term, he would not hesitate to shove bullets in their mouth and fire them all.

“Kayong nasa NAIA, pag may tanim pa dyan, lahat kayo alis,” Duterte said in an interview.

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