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Rats captured at NAIA

by Carl Santos

GOTTA catch ’em all.

The Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) said that it had caught several rats at Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 after ramping up its sanitation measures in response to public criticism. 

Reports said the MIAA set up mouse traps and adhesive boards to capture the rats.

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The MIAA, which manages the country’s main gateway, has been criticized since late last month after some passengers suffered bites from bed bugs and rats were spotted close to the ceiling and on the floor of the pre-departure area.

Apologizing for these incidents, the airport administration recently said it may terminate its contracts with housekeeping and pest control service providers if it was established that they were not performing their duties. 



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