Clark worker returns P300K to Indian man

>> Thursday, March 16, 2017

CLARK FREEPORT – An employee of a money changer shop at the Clark International Airport was cited after he returned 5,500 euros or around P300,000 left by an Indian man last week.
                    Rene Nambatac turned over a brown wallet containing the money to the office of Hilarion Nacpil, Clark International Airport Corp. (CIAC) operations manager.
                  The owner of the wallet identified as Rebello Braminn arrived on a Tiger Air flight from Singapore.
                  The wallet also contains Braminn’s identification and credit cards as well as passport.
                  “We commend the honesty of Mr. Nambatac and we assure passengers of Clark airport’s strict policy to immediately turn over or return lost or abandoned items to their owners,” said Alexander Cauguiran, CIAC president and chief executive officer. – Ding Cervantes and Ric Sapnu        


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