Bian Xiaoguo was rescued from a loan shark by the Philippine police. Photo: Philippine PoliceBian Xiaoguo was rescued from a loan shark by the Philippine police. Photo: Philippine Police
Bian Xiaoguo was rescued from a loan shark by the Philippine police. Photo: Philippine Police

Philippine police save kidnapped Chinese man in 53rd case of casino-related abductions

  • Bian Xiaoguo’s father was sent a video of his son being tortured and asked for a ransom of US$42,500
  • The rash of kidnappings come as Chinese nationals flock to the Philippines to work in casinos or offshore gaming operators

Topic |   The Philippines
Bian Xiaoguo was rescued from a loan shark by the Philippine police. Photo: Philippine PoliceBian Xiaoguo was rescued from a loan shark by the Philippine police. Photo: Philippine Police
Bian Xiaoguo was rescued from a loan shark by the Philippine police. Photo: Philippine Police
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