Man arrested for printing fake airport ID cards

InterAksyon.com reports that last week (May 30) "Julian del Rosario, 47, who runs a print shop in Pasay City was placed under arrest after an agent paid him P100 for a fake ID showing the latter was an employee at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA)."

Screenshot of photo as posted on InterAksyon.com, original photo by Eric B. Apolonio

 

Travelers, beware!

 

InterAksyon.com reports that last week (May 30) "Julian del Rosario, 47, who runs a print shop in Pasay City was placed under arrest after an agent paid him P100 for a fake ID showing the latter was an employee at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA)."

 

Another InterAksyon.com report written by Eric B. Apolonio noted: "After producing a laminated Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) pass that would allow the agent unrestricted access to the facility, Del Rosario was handcuffed and was brought to the Pasay City prosecutor's office. There, he was subjected to inquest proceedings and charged of violating Article 172 of the Revised Penal Code (Falsification of Public Documents)."

 

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