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Nov 6, 2015
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The increasing reports of alleged "tanim-bala" victims is embarrassing enough, then the foreign media got wind of our deplorable national mess, and this shitty situation just got crappier.

Facebook user Shinjoy Noisap Martinez recently uploaded a video of a Japanese TV show reenacting and discussing the supposed modus of some NAIA employees, including the ridiculous luggage wrapping service offered at our airport terminals:

Nakakahiya n tlga ang bansang pilipinas balitang balita n pati  dto sa japan ang isyu ng laglag bala n yan.tlagang iminuwestra pa kung paano ang ginagawang pambbiktima sa loob ng airport.

Posted by Shinjoy Noisap Martinez on Wednesday, November 4, 2015

The post already has 888,677 views and 45,352 shares as of this writing.

You really don't need to translate the presenter's words to understand what they're saying about us. This public embarrassment has already reached global consciousness, and yet cases of tanim-bala are just getting worse by the day.

Also on Thursday (November 5), Fox News anchor Greta Van Susteren also commented on the infamous scandal in her segment, "Off The Record."

WATCH: The Philippines may get mad at me, but this airport bullet planting scam deserves to be called out!   [please like my facebook page Greta Van Susteren for updates on this story, share this post, and comment below the video]

Posted by Greta Van Susteren on Wednesday, November 4, 2015

This came after Susteren lambasted Thailand and called it the "lamest country of the day" in a previous edition of the same segment. She was infuriated by the ASEAN nation, claiming that it "has been sitting on the fact that its military detected a plane thought to be Flight 370 just minutes after the jumbo jet's communications went down."

Well, in our case, we really don't mind the dressing down, ma'am. Your words might just rouse our oblivious public officials into action. In fact, we say, FIRE AWAY!

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