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WorldUS woman arrested at Manila airport with a six-day-old baby hidden in her bag

17:41  05 september  2019
17:41  05 september  2019 Source:   abc.net.au

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An American woman has been arrested and held in the Philippines after airport staff discovered a baby The disturbing encounter occurred on Wednesday morning at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila around 6 :20 a.m “[The] infant was hidden in the oversized belt bag and [she] did

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An American woman who attempted to carry a six-day-old baby out of the Philippines hidden inside a sling bag has been arrested at Manila airport and charged with human trafficking, officials say.

US woman arrested at Manila airport with a six-day-old baby hidden in her bag© AP: Aaron Favila Jennifer Talbot has been turned over to the National Bureau of Investigation. They said Jennifer Talbot passed through the airport immigration counter on Wednesday without declaring the baby boy, but was intercepted at the boarding gate by airline personnel.

Ms Talbot, from Ohio, was unable to produce any passport, boarding pass or government permits for the baby, airport officials said.

Clad in an orange detainee shirt and in handcuffs, Ms Talbot, 43, was presented to reporters in Manila on Thursday.

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Philippines Immigration Bureau spokesman Melvin Mabulac said they received a report around 6.20 a.m. Wednesday that a 43-year-old woman had been caught with a child in her bag at Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila . CNN Philippines said the baby was just six days old . Don't forget to

An American woman has been arrested and held in the Philippines after airport staff discovered a baby The disturbing encounter occurred on Wednesday morning at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila around 6 :20 a.m “[The] infant was hidden in the oversized belt bag and [she] did

She kept her head low and appeared at times to be on the verge of tears. She did not issue any statement.

Ms Talbot had planned to board a Delta Air Lines flight to the Unites States with the baby, airport officials said.

"There was really an intention to hide the baby," immigration official Grifton Medina said.

US woman arrested at Manila airport with a six-day-old baby hidden in her bag© AP Photo: Aaron Favila US Embassy officials have been notified of Ms Talbot's arrest. After discovering the baby, airline staff called immigration personnel, who arrested Ms Talbot at the airport.

She was later turned over to the National Bureau of Investigation and the baby was given to government welfare personnel.

The investigation bureau said Ms Talbot presented an affidavit at the airport, allegedly from the baby's mother, giving consent for the baby to travel to the US, but it had not been signed by the mother.

Officials said no government travel approval had been issued for the baby, prompting them to file human trafficking charges against her.

The charges carry a maximum penalty of life imprisonment.

US Embassy officials have been notified of her arrest.

Officials are searching for the baby's parents, who have been charged under a child protection law.

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The 43-year-old was stopped at Manila airport, allegedly with a six-day-old boy in her carry-on bag.

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