Woman tells of stranger who asked for help at KLIA

Written by: mottaman | 20 Dec 2018 10:00
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20 Dec 2018 10:00

A woman, Latifah Mohamad took to Facebook recently to share her experience at KLIA2 when she and her daughter were waiting to enter the departure hall.

She said suddenly a woman, in her thirties greeted her daughter and said she needed some help.

The woman was holding two bags with big packs of Milo inside, which she claimed she had bought for her children, back in Indonesia.

"The woman then asked my daughter if she could help her carry some stuff pass immigration as her luggage exceeded the permissible amount.

"However, I did not notice any other bags apart from what she was holding in her hands.

"I then told her in a stern voice that my daughter could not help herand pulled my daughter away," she said.

Latifah said she remembered an incident involving her friend where her seven-year-old daughter was given a teddy bear filled with drugs by someone at the airport.

"Please people beware of such incidents. It may be rude, but it's best to stay away from strangers at the airport," she warned.

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