Rufino Rondaris, 79, was arrested at 11:30 a.m. while undergoing mandatory screening procedure after screening officers at the airport’s south wing area found and seized 36 rounds of caliber .25 ammunition in his bag.
Rondaris denied owning the bullets and wondered aloud how the bullets ended up on his carry-on bag. He was immediately turned over to the intelligence division of the 2nd Aviation Police Station for proper disposition.
Earlier, the Manila International Airport Authority warns travelers from bringing firearms and ammunition into the airport without the proper documentation lest they violate the law and face prosecution.
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