OFWs return to the Philippines to have fun, unwind and be with their family. But then, what will you feel upon seeing your luggage unzip and damaged in the baggage carousel at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport?
A certain Ruschell Yamaguchi felt totally disappointed upon seeing her luggage damaged, as though it was hit by a typhoon.
“Either something’s gone or not, you still wouldn’t want to see your baggage damaged, both of them!” says Yamaguchi.
The OFW poured her dismay online through a series of videos which was posted on her social media account. According to her, the zipper chain is not completely done but the closing heads are still locked. Yamaguchi thinks that the luggage is not accidentally broken.
Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal1 mga hinayupaktalaga malang pagbabago bukas bagahewasak dalawang luguage…
“What is the sin of my luggage for being ruthlessly handled? Says Ruschell.
The airport officer said that they will investigate the incident.
What concerns the OFW is the luggage handling in NAIA.
“The luggage is locked, but the upper one is locked? Either something is lost or nothing, it should not be handled like this,” she said in the video.
The Filipina already filed a damaged property report but she refused to specify the item which was lost inside her luggage.
Furthermore, the luggage of the Filipina weighs 23 kilograms but she claims that it appeared two kilograms lighter after it was given to her.
“The pasalubong and money were not taken because the luggage was not fully opened,” says Yamaguchi.
The luggage which was broken is understandable because of the careless handling but with the open zipper, it should be a different story.
The OFW also demanded a replacement for the damaged baggage.
hndi lng basta ballpen pinambukukas po jan cnubukan kong buksan ng ball pen mga maleta ko ayaw!!.
Posted by 山口 ルシェル on Friday, August 10, 2018