The sling bag left by a passenger at Roxas City Airport.
PHOTO BY CAAP
Two Filipino airline workers were hailed for returning a bag containing P200,000 left by a passenger at an airport in the Philippines.
Roque Arceno and Victor Aragon of Cebu Pacific airline found the bag at Roxas City Airport in Capiz province, authorities said on Saturday (March 11).
The duo then handed over the bag to the Security and Intelligence Service of the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP).
The Louis Vuitton sling bag contained two bundles of Dh1,000 banknotes totaling P200,000, medicine and important documents.
It turned out that the bag belonged to a former governor of Capiz. The passenger had already departed to Manila onboard flight 5J 374.
The sling bag was turned over to the representative of the owner on the same day, according to CAAP. Another valuable baggage that was left at Roxas Airport on Friday was also returned to the owner, according to CAAP. ICA/Expat Media
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