Reject Passenger Tips, Hand of Soekarno-Hatta Airport Helper Swollen

Reject Passenger Tips, Hand of Soekarno-Hatta Airport Helper Swollen
Sukri, Soetta airport helper when service the passengers / Sindonews
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TANGERANG - Uneasy event experienced by Sukri (42), airport helper Soekarno-Hatta International (Soetta) Airport, Tangerang, Banten. Because he reject tips from passengers, his hands were swollen from being kneaded by passengers.

The praiseworthy acts of Sukri who reject tips from passengers were misunderstood.  Soetta Airport Managers also appreciate the steps, though still feel concerned about the fate that happened.

Branch Communication Manager of PT Angkasa Pura II of Soekarno-Hatta Airport, Dewandono Prasetyo Nugroho said that his side appreciated the very high dedication of Sukri as an airport employee who rejected the tips.

According to him, airport helper rule said does not receive tips from visitors it has been applied. As an experienced employee, Sukri is well aware of the ban.

"We are very appreciative to Mr Sukri, as an airport helper who still gives hope to Indonesia, that there are always good people who are forgotten," said Dewandono on Tuesday (10/10).

He added that previously Sukri had worked as a porter at Terminal 2 of Soetta Airport. He has served in Indonesia's busiest airport for 11 years and behaves very well.

Meanwhile, Sukri who was met at Terminal 2 of Soetta Airport said that the incident happened five days ago. At that time, he helped an airline passenger.

"It is true that it happened five days ago, it happened in the morning, I brought seven passenger suitcases, then I was reject tips," he said.

Got rejection, the passenger forced it. However, Sukri remained unmoved and louder to refuse. But the passenger even squeezed his hand, until it was swollen.

"He gave me a shake, his money tucked in my hands, I open the sign I refused, but instead squeezed, forced to grasp strongly, he said why baseball want," he explained.

The passenger, continued Sukri, also asked his salary how much, so he refused the money. But the question was not answered in detail, just spelled enough salary for his life.

"Then I left the passenger, fearing he was still being pursued, and when I made sure the service user was boarding, I returned to work to help other passengers," he said.

After that, he just felt the pain in his hand. Sukri's hand, turns blue and swollen. This event turned out to be known to his friends and uploaded to social media until viral.
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