ACTS-OFW Rep. Aniceto Bertiz III has offered no excuse whatsoever for the way the way he acted when he went through the security checkpoint at the NAIA Terminal 2 domestic departure area on Saturday.
“There is absolutely no justification for the way I conducted myself. I sincerely apologize not only to the security assistant that I confronted, but also to the public for my actions,” Bertiz said in a statement on Sunday.
“I offer my sincere apology to the public for being impulsive on what had happened during my course with NAIA staff. Thou I have my own reason and explanation for what I have done, I also take cognisance of my action that as representative of OFW and of million Filipino people, I should act deligently in conformity with the ethical standard of public official. Rest assured that every mistakes will be bridge to articulate a genuine public service.”
“I have also asked MIAA General Manager Ed Monreal not to take any action against the security checker in the incident,” Bertiz said.