A woman in Davao City got furious after discovering that the Christmas package sent to her by brother who is working in New Zealand as OFW has been opened at PhlPost office without her knowledge. According to Kath Du, she was shocked to see that it is already open and the items inside were heavily ransacked. Watch the news video from TV Patrol below.
As shown in the report December 24, 2015, the package box is destroyed, the items inside are opened including the boxes of chocolate, and bottle of jam is already broken. The goods were then placed inside a plastic bag so Kath Du can bring them home. During the interview, she admitted getting angry and scolded the staff of PhlPost Davao City about the package.
“Nagwala na ako. Pinagalitan ko kung sino kaharap ko, because this is crazy. This is terrible; this is disgusting.” Kath Du told TV Patrol news reporter Hernel Tocmo, adding that she is also working in a government office. She said her brother worked hard in New Zealand to earn money to buy those chocolates were supposed to be Christmas presents to her relatives.
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‘Kababuyan ito, ba. Basura ang binigay nila samin.” Ms. Du said as she cries showing the package to the reporter. As shown in the document, the said package was off-loaded in Manila early this month. It was opened because of suspicion of containing liquid substance, but turned out to be body wash only. She believed that the package was opened in Manila.
BUHAY PA PALA ANG MGA BUWAYA ~PACKAGE MULA SA NEW ZEALAND, BUKAS NA NANG DUMATING AT KULANG-KULANG NA ANG LAMAN
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The woman said she will file a case once she proved that the package was robbed. On the other hand, PhlPost said they are willing to conduct a thorough investigation on this matter. The office even suggested to her to report it to PhlPost regional office in Davao City and submit all the necessary details. The names of the staff of PhlPost were not mentioned.
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