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Italian loses laptop, cell phones, P51k in Makati restaurant

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Old Spaghetti House PHOTO FROM FACEBOOK.COM

MANILA, Philippines—An Italian national lost her laptop, cell phones, camera and P51,000 in cash in a Makati City restaurant on Monday night.

A police report stated that Chiara Saccardi, 35, and her four friends were eating inside the Old Spaghetti House in Salcedo Village in Makati City when she placed her bag near her feet under the table. When they were about to pay for the bill at around 10:30 p.m., Saccardi reached out for her bag and found out it was gone.

Restaurant staff recalled seeing two unidentified men sitting near Saccardi’s group on Monday night

Saccardi’s bag contained a Toshiba laptop, three pieces of external hard drive, a Panasonic Cumix Camera, two cell phones, three credit cards, her passport and ID, and cash worth 860 euros (P46,100.39) and P5,000, according to the police report.

PO2 Reynaldo Agustin is still investigating the case.


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Tags: Crime , Foreign Nationals , Global Nation , Makati , Philippines - Metro , theft , tourists

  • bananabrain

    who eats Old Spaghetti..maybe they like the blue cheese taste of old cheddar?

  • tilamsik

    Welcome to the Philippines.  At least nakarating siya ng makati bago manakawan.  Ang iba nga sa airport Customs pa lang nahoholdup na e

  • tilamsik

    Magtataka pa ba tayo e sa senado nga milyon milyong pera ng Pilipino mismo ang ninanakaw.  Wait, do they not all belong to GALING PINOY Party List? Galing magnakaw e.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/P4PIU2AIGVXJNQ4UBH5X64MSFE mr

    It is more fun in the Philippines for tourists, pati buhay nila napapahamak. Marami namang ibang bansa sa Asia na mas safe mga tourists keysa sa Pilipinas. Kung hindi nahohostage at napapatay eh ninanakawan ng mga kawatan, lalo na mga pulis patola na gumagawa ng mga rob out.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/P4PIU2AIGVXJNQ4UBH5X64MSFE mr

    Pero mas maganda sa mga salisi gang salvage na lang pag nahuhuli sila, wag na buhayin mga yan dahil walang karapatan mabuhay mga animal na yan, Sana mabasa nila to para matauhan, este mahayopan sila.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/SYG36KOOLRY47VA3ICPJJ5CQTQ ADD

    There should be a CCTV camera in a place like this. The restaurant should release the video to the public so they can help in getting the criminals. If the restaurant doesn’t have a CCTV installed, then its only concern is profit.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/EA7TIY7PYXEU5UOXG2K5CY5F64 Eric

    Medyo aanga anga din tong Italianang to. Malupit din mga pickpocket sa Italy a.
    Bat kaya sya kumain sa Old spaghetti?

  • kalikasanipagtanggol

    it’s more fun in the philippines! another disappointment in the eyes of another tourist!

  • jurbinsky77

    Mga magnanakaw.



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