Written by: Bert Dalida
It is good to return things rather than give it an interest.
This is what Boracay PNP Deputy Chief Police Inspector Fidel Gentallan has said yesterday.
This is in relation to the cell phones, left particularly by tourists that were recovered from tricycle drivers.
According to Gentallan, it is better for tricycle drivers to return things left by passengers rather than keep it as their own.
It is such dismay, he said, when for instance, they are being positively identified by the commuters but are insistent on denying.
Having cited this, Gentallan advised the said drivers to surrender and have the found items recorded at the police station.
The Deputy Chief added that those who are honest and responsible enough to bring in such finds are being recognized and awarded during the Joint Flag Raising Ceremony of the Boracay Action Group.
It was learned, that a certain tricycle driver has fallen into an entrapment operation of the Boracay PNP last Wednesday, wherein the said driver asked for Php 10,000 in exchange for a cell phone left by a Korean national on his unit.
Translated by: Shelah Casiano