MANILA, Philippines - With a lot of news regarding the tanim-bala modus, it is not surprising that a lot of NAIA employees are losing their jobs and if not they're losing a percentage of their income due to the low demands of their service.
NAIA Porter's Income Affected By Laglag Bala Modus
Nov 02, 2015 at 11:58 PM
Posted by : Pinoy Secret Writer
Filed Under : News & Events
In a report by ABS-CBN, a porter of NAIA said that passengers are avoiding their service due to fear of being a victim of the laglag bala modus or also known as the tanim-bala modus.
"Passengers are avoiding us. "We are also accused of being members of those involved in the 'laglag-bala' modus operandi."
"They say they do not want their luggage to be handled because we might put a bullet inside."
A porter's job is to assist passengers with their luggage and must meet the daily quota of 50 bags. And since a lot of passengers are refusing their service, they are also losing a percentage of their earnings and in the long run, they might lose their jobs as well.
With the modus affecting a lot of innocent passengers, tell us how could people trust employees of NAIA? Add to that, NAIA was tagged as the worst airport in the world. It's a domino effect. If that tiny one percent did something that could damage the name of the company, the whole company is affected as a company work as a whole.