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In the lobby of Ninoy Aquino International Airport, a janitor picked up an envelope filled with US dollars.
According to the press release of the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA), 30-year-old Jeffrey Almoguerra, an employee of Philcare Manpower Services, was cleaning the arrival lobby.
There he saw and picked up an envelope near the foreign exchange counter.
Apparently, the envelope is filled with cash. US Dollar bank notes to be exact.
Jeffrey immediately informed the guard of the envelope he had found. He was then accompanied to the MIAA Lost and Found section to turn over the money.
Furthermore, lost and found section personnel documented the counting of money in front of Almoguerra and the guard.
They did not specify how much money is inside the envelope. Because they will ask the claimant to prove it is really theirs.
“The amount is not being disclosed as it will be one confirmatory information to be asked by MIAA authorities to possible claimants. He or she should know the exact amount and that will be the basis in returning the money to the owner,” said the MIAA Media Affairs Division official.
In addition to this, the head of MIAA said that the culture of honesty remains alive in NAIA.
Moreover, MIAA General Manager Ed Monreal was so happy about Jeffrey’s honesty, that they will give him a recognition.