Mon. Feb 17th, 2020
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OFW Lost Her Valuable Things While Traveling From Dammam To Jeddah

When traveling, it is very important to be aware of your surroundings and be prepared for what could have happened to you. It is also commonly advised to be mindful and not easily trust anyone. Because if you do, it might be the caused of your misfortune.

And this is what happened to an OFW in Saudi

Dawnpearls Perlas Delacruz, an OFW in Saudi, posted a video of her fellow OFW who’s crying because she had lost her valuable things. According to Delacruz, she and the OFW victim are together in a flight from Dammam to Jeddah.

The OFW was too trusting

It seems like the airport staff had asked the OFW victim to put her hand-carry on her luggage. The OFW had expressed her doubts first about it to the staff but they assured her that it won’t happen when in you’re Saudi. So, she agreed.

It is when she’s already in Jeddah that she realized how wrong her decision was for her valuable belongings were already not there. Her luggage is already open, her cell phone is missing and so does her money.

OFW Lost Her Valuable Things

Delacruz asked her if where the incident of stealing happened. However, the OFW victim failed to pinpoint it because when she received her belongings in Jeddah airport, it is already open.

OFW Lost Her Valuable Things

As of now, there’s no update if her case was solved. But we hope that the authorities were able to trace the culprit and the OFW could get all of her things back.

Again, we remind everyone to be aware and cautious of your surroundings. DO NOT trust easily and NEVER EVER put any valuable things, especially, your money inside your luggage. You must always put them in your hand carry. DO NOT let it be out of your sight even for once if you don’t want to be sorry in the end.

Source: FB

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