OFW shares video of new drug trade modus

OFW shares video of new drug trade modus

- A video clip of a concerned OFW showing off how contrabands can be inserted in boxes and luggage without being noticed has gone viral

- The video revealed the new modus which is creating secret containers out of products such as soda, spray, energy drink etc.

- The video has been shared by netizens who wanted to raise awareness to Filipinos especially those who work abroad

We are all vulnerable.

One of the many reasons why we find ourselves as victims of the many modus of abusive individuals is our kindness.

OFW shares video of new drug trade modus

Our inclination to familial bonds and relationships make us perfect baits for criminals who wanted to do something bad.

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This is why in some cases, Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) who are found to be guilty of trafficking drugs and other illegal substances deny the allegations heavily despite the strong evidence.

OFW shares video of new drug trade modus

This is insane. Photo from fb.com

While in some cases there is admission, there are also situations when really won’t admit having to bring in contraband while not being to explain things either.

Well, this might be the reason why.

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A video clip of a concerned OFW showing off how contrabands can be inserted in boxes and luggage without being noticed has gone viral.

The video revealed the new modus which is creating secret containers out of products such as soda, spray, energy drink etc.

OFW shares video of new drug trade modus

Photo from fb.com

The video has been shared by netizens who wanted to raise awareness to Filipinos especially those who work abroad.

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