MANILA — Filipino travelers gripped by a “bullet-planting” scheme at one of its busiest airports are combatting it with DIY measures, from shrink wrapping to sticking warning notes on their bags addressed to security officers.

In recent weeks, reports came to light of people getting arrested over bullets discovered in their luggage at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA). They alleged that they had no knowledge of the bullets, but security personnel asked for them to pay a fine — or face criminal charges for possessing firearms.

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Filipinos worried about ‘bullet-planting’ shrink wrap their bags with warning notes