Sunday, September 23, 2018

Insta Scoop: Netizens Question How Heart Evangelista Was Able to Get a Water Bottle and Perfume on Her Flight, Actress Responds




Images courtesy of Instagram: iamhearte

103 comments:

  1. After the final security checks, travellers can buy from duty free for perfumes even at 100 ml , or bottled water for as long as it is not bought/brought outside of these final security checks

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    1. ano beng mga commenters yan.
      kitang kita naman na travel size ung perfume so malamang within the allowable limit

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    2. my god ako nga isang malaking boteng wine pa ang dala ko nabili rin sa duty free no! grabe mga bashers nakakatawa lang!

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    3. Halatang hindi frequent travelers yang mga yan. 🤦

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    4. Ilang beses na akong sumakay ng Plane at mas malaki pa jan perfume ko hindi nmn ako sinaway. Saka after man check in pag nasa loob kana ang daming stores na mabibilhan.

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    5. napaghahalatang mga mema at nagmamarunong. allowed ang 100ml perfume sa lahat. ke sa economy ka, first class o business. kagigil ha

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    6. masyado kasing nagmamarunong, nagmukha tuloy mga ignorante.. hayyy mga bashers magbago na kayo.

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    7. my question is how can she afdord such lifestyle when her husband is the poorest senator or one of the poorest. She doesnt have a lot of endorsement naman

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    8. It shows na bihira mg travel at never nasakay ng business class mga to.nakakahiya ang mga comments nila

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    9. Mukhang ang ibang commenters hindi aware na as long as hindi galing sa labas ng airport ang bottled water or perfume, allowed siya on board.

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    10. 6:36, Mayaman na sya even before she became an actress and a wife to a senator. She also has businesses of her own.

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    11. Hala!. ako nga hindi pa nakakasakay ng airplane alam ko rules ng airline. kasi mama ko nagplane papuntang province. tignan nyo na lang sa airline policy sa website. lazy commenters.

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    12. May dala akong pabango na uber laki at shampoo na super laki pinalagay lang sa bag ko bawal lang sa hand carry. Hehe yoko kc gumamit ng mga free shampoo sa hotel so bring your own lagi peg ko

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    13. IT'S ALLOWED BASTA PASOK SA LIMIT. MGA IGNORANTE.

      CATHAY PACIFIC IYAN. TINGIN NIYO ISPESPECIAL TREATMENT SIYA?

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    14. Hahahaha mga commenters mga ignorante. Mag PISO FARE nga kayo. Tsehhhh.

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  2. If you fly business class, you are given a whole bottle of water or you can get one from the lounge. Perfume can be from duty free or as long as it is less than 100ml, it is okay. Halatang commenters can’t afford hahahaha

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    1. some airlines also provide water bottles to economy class like air canada, SAS, etc. kaloka mga bashers nakakatawa!

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    2. Hindi naman siguro sa can't afford 12:58. Unaware lang sa rules siguro. Wag naman mag judge agad

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    3. Hindi nga cant afford, its dont travel

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    4. 1:14 obviously can't afford naman talaga. kasi even sa domestic eh allowed ang up to 100ml. for sure mga never pa yan nakasakay ng plane. may pa-english at pa-hashtag pang nalalaman

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    5. Grabe kayo.eh totoo.naman mga commenters ang higpit.security. they are just making sure.na fair sa lahat. At can afford din kami noh kano.lang ba ang perfume compared sa travel expenses.

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    6. yabang mo 12:58,for sure can't afford ka rin

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    7. 1:14 Unaware sa rules? Mga mamaru nga kung makapagcomment.

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  3. Pati sa pagsagot sa basher ang class pa rin sumagot ni Heart

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    1. 12:59am, Heart didn't react negatively kasi. She just answered properly. Hindi siya triggered. Ayaw niyang ma-stress. Haha!

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    2. GUYS, LET'S PUT IT IN PERSPECTIVE. MARAMI KASI SA AIRPORTS SA PINAS WALA MASYADO MABILHAN NG PABANGO PASSED THE SECURITY GATE. HAHA!

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  4. 100ml or less of perfume/cologne/moisturizer/cream/toothpaste. And keep those in clear bag for easy inspection.

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    1. Pwede bang 100ml of each kind?

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    2. 100ml of each kind is allowed as long as it will all fit in that small clear bag. these bags are often provided in the airport, sometimes i bring my own small ziplock clear bag.

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    3. @1:41 yes but limited to 1 quart sized clear bag per passenger. So regardless kung ilang 100ml dala mo basta kasya sa 1 quart sized clear bag, allowed yan.

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    4. Anon 1:41, 100ml/3 0z per liquid container kahit ilan. Basta kasya sa quart size bag.

      Ang alam ko nga pwede ka magdala ng alak basta under 100ml din. Lol.

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  5. hahaha pinoy talaga

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  6. tawang-tawa ako mukang maraming followers si heart na hindi pa nakaka-travel abroad pero kung maka-mema kala mo frequent flyer! hahahahah

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    1. Mga bashers nya yan, pretending na followers, (kaya halatang no class and wala pang travel haha) But her real fans are sossy and have the eye for fashion, class and finer things in life, like me! 😉

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  7. Di ata alam ng mga tao na as long as la pang 100ml pwede ipasok... tsaka diba pwede rin bumili sa duty free? 🙄

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    1. haha true. baka bus at jeep lang sinasakyan ng mga yan

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  8. Pwede din bumili sa duty free after mag checkin.

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    1. yan din una kong naisip sa terminal after ng security check...and meron din sold in-flight! nakakaloka mga bashers maka-english pa ha! lollllllll

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    2. Not only in duty-free stores in the airport but CX also sells duty-free goods on the plane itself during flight!

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  9. nahahalata lang yung mga hindi sanay bumyahe hehe ika nga ---"Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt."

    Also, perfumes are also sold onboard in international flights thru in-flight duty free shopping 🤦🏻‍♀️

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    1. I can’t with them people, may pa-hashtag2x pa.

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    2. True. Not only in duty-free stores in the airport but CX also sells duty-free goods on the plane itself during flight! - from personal experience at artista din na nakasakay ko to HK ang bumili ng Perfume on board.

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    3. not only cx, but most carriers do. ☺️

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    4. I'm commenting about Heart's post. She's on board a CX flight fyi

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  10. Mema mga commenters. Halatang hindi pa nakatravel or walang alam sa mga travel size

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  11. omg,pls stop asking this question,just shows how ignorant u can be.

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  12. Nakakatawa yung commenters 🤣 feeling jet setters. Ang dami talaga mapagmarunong ngayon.

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  13. Patawa c ate na distributor daw. Hahaha jusmiyo, basic lang yan dmo alam? D cya aware na may travel size na mga perfume.

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    1. si ate distributor eh pano siguro isang handcarry ng mga pabango dala niya eh talagang confiscate yung no!

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    2. Handbag kc te., handcarry is the word where is the action is taking., handbag is a tool wherein ilalagay mga gamit na pde i carry ng mdli., anon 1:40

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    3. 9:43 handcarty po kasi tawag dun pag nagttravel ka by plane. Try mo din mag travel next time at try mo gamitin yang “handbag” term mo kung wala magcocorrect sayo haha

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    4. 10:04 beh marunong kpa. handcarry sa plane pro handbag ung tamang name ng item na gnamit mo, not the action itself, open ka din ng dictionary minsan pra malaman mo ang verb sa noun. malayo :) wag bida bida :)

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  14. Ha ha. Sus makapag comment lang. Hay naku. Pag nanalo ako sa lotto- sagot ko na pag travel mo para alam mo tungkol sa bottled water & perfume etc.

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  15. The comments are so ignorant. As long it’s under 100 ml or 3oz. It’s fine to bring any liquids basta it could fit in a quart-size ziploc/clear bag. Yung water basta binili mo sa airport ok na rin. Haha!

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    1. Sa NAIA pwede. Pag sa Changi di pwedeng dalhin ang water sa final security check. You have to throw it or empty the bottle then just refill at the water fountain inside the boarding area.

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    2. basta after the security checks, pde na ang mga liquid/ beverages kaya may mga restos/ cafes at the boarding gates... kahit saang airport yan.

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  16. pa english pa kung makapagcomment, halata namang No Idea pala. hayyyyy....wag kasi mga epal at feelingera

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  17. Haha pinansin agad nung iba kaloka, ako nga economy class lang pero after ng check in nakabili pa akong 2 bottled water bago sumakay ng plane eh. 😂✌🏼

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  18. Ang mga commenters mga poor! Hhaha di ba sila nakabili sa mga shops after checking in? Lahat doon nabibili kahit ilang mL pa yan basta sa airport at after na ng security check. Merong ngang mga wine at mga alcohol drinks na nabibili doon eh!

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  19. d muna magresearch ang mga bashers! napaghahalataan na d nakaka byahe sa eroplano!

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  20. kaloka etong mga bashers oh, hindi kasi nagbabasa ng flight regulations hahahahhaa

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    1. panong babasahin eh di pa naman nakaka-fly? RO-RO siguro oo. hahahaha

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  21. You can bring fluids as long as they’re 100ml & under at lahat ng mga fluids should fit in a 1L bag. Kahit perfume pa yan. Kahit nga water basta 100ml & below. Correct me if I’m wrong. And it goes by the measurement sa packaging, not the actual contents. So kung 150ml ang nakalagay sa bottle but halos paubos na yung laman, I think they would still treat it as 150. Unless hindi mahigpit sa security. Afaik lang to from experience.

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    1. hindi mo pedeng dalin ang water na binili mo outside ng airport regardless of size when u go through security check.

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    2. kahit half pa ng bottle and the bottle says 120ml, di sya pwede.

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  22. And yes yung duty free items, they treat that differently from your carry on.

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    1. duty free items are sealed with receipt attached to the bag and you collect it before boarding the plane.

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    2. 2:01 if you fly direct, they don’t seal it anymore.

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    3. 2:01, you can even get your items after you paid them na. no need to wait for boarding, as long as you prsent your boarding pass upon payment.

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  23. Aerosols ang bawal, not the perfume itself, dahil sa pressure. Kung hindi aerosol yung perfume mo, okay lang.

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    1. may limit po sa pagdala ng liquids. aerosols hindi pede kahit check-in luggage.

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  24. May pa-alcohol is flammable chuchu pa si tita. Nagseserve nga sila ng alcoholic drinks sa plane eh. Hahaha

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  25. Basta the BOTTLE is less than 100 ml it's fine regardless of seat class prior to final security check pwera lang flammable like gasolina lol altho pwede naman ang dry shampoo, hairspray. After final check, you can bring more than 100ml on board. Just make sure you are not on a connecting flight heading straight to the final security check of your next flight. Then you'll have to give up anything more than 100ml na bottle. Kahit pa binili mo yan sa duty free or onboard your previous flight.
    Best to check security policies of the airline/airport like some will even allow 1 lighter but will not allow pepper spray. :/

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    1. If you are connecting, they just have to seal the bag of the perfume with the receipt and they will not confiscate it on your layover

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  26. Love Heart coz she was not defensive on her reply... you can actually buy perfumes from inside the plane yung nak lagay sa catalog. At sinabi na ni heart 50ml lang yun

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    1. Yung ibang commenters dito grabe - mapanglait at matapobre. Pwede namang i-correct na lang...

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  27. Duty free duty free...meron yan naglalakad sa aidle ng plne...try mo lumipad 🤪

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    1. I do fly! Several times a week pa nga. Pero domestic lang so wala niyang walking duty free ek-ek

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  28. May travel size din akong perfume nun sa plane.. Economy lang.. Okay naman.. Wag lang yung kasing laki ng mga bath n body... Saka magtaka ka kung absolute yung tubig. . Mostly evian talaga.. Anubey.. Kaloka eh..

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  29. Parang mga ewan yung commentators english2 pa simpleng rule sa liq. Allowed sa airport hnd alam.. and fyi may mga stores pa sa loob ng airport after security check na pwedeng bitbitin pa sa plane.. 😒

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  30. Nkakaloka si ateng distributor. Now you know ateng, bring your free testera with your next time.

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  31. Halatang di pa nakasakay ng plane mga nagtanong.

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  32. Labo ng mga commenters. Mukhang mga local travellers lang at di aware ng international travel policies. Pagkalagpas mo sa security checks, daming food and restaurant at mga stores along the way hanggang makarating ka sa boarding area. Dun pa lang ang daming mabibili to your heart contents unrestricted. Yung water bottle na as expensive as a small perfume eh mabibili mo at maipapasok sa airplane, me reklamo ba kayo? Tanungin ninyo ang airport establishments bakit in-allow nila ang mga foodie stalls to sell water bottle na over and above the ml limit. okay.

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    1. same policy din naman sa domestic. baka never pa kamo nakasakay ng plane

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    2. Hahaha hanggang Bicol express lang siguro ang biyahe at tubig binibili sa tubig-tubig vendors na umukyabit sa bintana.

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    3. Pag local eh dun mismo sa boarding area ang mga food stallsm at tama, pa dun bumili pwedeng check in. Trade off yun sa kamahalan ng tubig. Yung P10 eh bayad P25, at yung P10 na Ramen, ugh, P40, aray.

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  33. Sus mema lang ang commenters. You could even buy liquor, perfume etc on board your flight. Duty free din.

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    1. Of course you can buy at the duty free but .... you will keep your purchases sealed ( duty free shopping bag ) until your arrival to your next destination.

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    2. Depende sa airport 9:40
      Mostly European airports do not seal their shopping bags. Asian din naman like for example Incheon and Narita

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    3. Depende if youre on direct flight and sa airport @ 9:40
      Usually pag nasa connecting flight they sealed it

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  34. May pagkashunga lang ang mga nagmarunong na netizens.

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  35. Im sure yung mga mema na yan di pa nakakasakay ng eroplano

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  36. NKKLK yung mga commenters ang jologs! Nakasakay na ba kayo talaga sa eroplano para makapang judge ng ganyan?!!?

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  37. Memema na lang sablay pa

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  38. Ganyan dapat sinasagot ang bashers. Kill 'em with class and kindness.

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  39. 50ml is allowed...

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  40. Yung nag question obviously hindi frequent flyer o di pa talaga nag fly. You can actually bring bottled water if youre past security or tsa. Nagmukha ka tuloy ewan :)

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  41. kaloka tong mga commenters halatang di laging bumabyahe, malamang after the security na yan and galing duty free and besides may duty free din onboard so pwede din mamili mga passengers 🤦🏻‍♀️

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  42. Damig hanash ng commenters. Mga nagmamagaling kasi. Bakit ako nadadala ko din perfume ko sa plane and even bottled water. And pahlease, heart is a frequent flyer so im sure naman alam nya ang rules ng eroplano. Maka bash lang e

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  43. yung commentors obvious na hindi nakakapag travl at sakay sa plane. masyadong mdaming hanash akala alam lahat

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  44. ako nga nakadala ng perfume going to bkk.. as long d yan 150ml pwd yan.. mga ka argue lng talaga mga tao...hello..water? after ichec gamit mo at iscan pwed ka na bumili ng water and you can bring it inside sa plane..

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