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Before you decide to import your own Filipina into your country read this.  Two Malaysian nationals were arrested for bribery and are under investigation for human trafficking after escorting three Filipinas to DMIA customs counter with 2000 peso in each of their passports.

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By Reynaldo Navales

The Bureau of Immigration (BI) here is now preparing charges of human trafficking and bribery against two Malaysian nationals who were caught escorting three Filipino women out of the country on Tuesday.

BI Regional Director Heranio Manalo identified the two Malaysian nationals as Darrel Chin Chun Tin and Cristopher Chung Tze Kang.

The three Filipino women on the other hand were named as Elvira Lugbugan and Rebecca Solarte, both of Lanao Del Sur; and Angelita Serrano of Pampanga.

Before they were apprehended, the Malaysians and Filipino women were all bound for Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia on board an Air Asia Flight No. AK-6265 at the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport here.

Manalo said the three women inserted four pieces of P500 bills amounting to P2,000 each on their passports upon reaching the immigration counter.

When accosted, the three women reportedly pointed at the two Malaysian nationals who are supposed to escort them to Malaysia.

Manalo said the passports of the two Malaysians indicated they frequently enter Philippines, based on the multiple entries indicated on their passports.

He suspected that the Malaysian nationals had been escorting Filipino women in the past.

BI Commissioner Marcelino Libanan has instructed Manalo to file charges against the Malaysians and Filipinos involved in the attempted bribery.

The Malaysian nationals have been turned over to the Immigration Detention Center in Bicutan while charges are being readied against them.

The three Filipino women were turned over to the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) for further questioning.

The three women may turn state witness against the Malaysians for having violated Republic Act (RA) 9208 or the Anti-Human Trafficking Act, according to Manalo.


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