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Do you get it!? There were mangoes all over the airport floor and the police officer was secretly carrying 10 kilos of excess weight.

Do you get it!? There were mangoes all over the airport floor and the police officer was secretly carrying 10 kilos of excess weight.

There were reports of police officers being caught carrying overweight luggage. He had to leave the mangoes and star fruits at the airport. The piles were scattered on the ground and weighed 10 kilograms. The person said that they had now been caught and were lucky.

Photo from MC Duc Long’s Facebook page


On July 1, 2024, the website SAOstar reported that an issue that has been widely criticized on Vietnamese social media in recent days has been reported after someone posted photos of various fruits, both mangoes and starfruit, strewn on the ground in front of a passenger gate at Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi, Vietnam. The pile of fruits is estimated to weigh up to 10 kilograms.

The person who took the footage said the pile of fruit came from a passenger boarding a flight to South Korea. After the fruit was thrown away, cleaners had to clean it up.

Mangoes were strewn all over the airport floor.Mangoes were strewn all over the airport floor.
Photo from MC Duc Long’s Facebook page

When the photo was posted online, it attracted the attention of many Internet users. Someone came and criticized it. Passengers should first carefully study the weight regulations of airlines. Including the types of items that can be taken on the plane. This will not lead to a photo like this.

Meanwhile, there are still people who confirm that leaving this fruit at the airport can be beneficial for travelers. Because according to Korean immigration regulations, travelers are not allowed to import food products such as fresh fruits, vegetables and meat. Entering the country is classified as an item that must be declared. If the passenger fails to do so and is caught, he may face heavy fines or be denied entry into the country.

Meanwhile, a representative of Noi Bai International Airport recently (July 1) revealed that the incident occurred on June 28 and was caused by a passenger carrying luggage that exceeded the airline’s permitted weight of approximately 10 kilograms.

Meanwhile, the airline alerted airport security officials after a passenger left fruit behind, and cleaning staff came to clean up the mess.

Thanks for the information from SAOstar.