A Daily Mail report claimed that the pair had set their sights on the country for their next adoption after failing to adopt a child from Burma. But deputy general manager Tirso Serrano, from the Manila International Airport Authority, which operates the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, said that their records did not show the couple"s reported arrival in the Philippines.
"Thus far, it's a negative on any arrival of anyone looking like Brad or Angelina at NAIA. No private jet also," Contactmusic quoted Serrano as saying. "We have (had) those rumors since last week. We would have known if they arrived," Serrano added
Washington (ANI): Rumours of Angelina Jolie"s plans to adopt a child from Philippines have fallen flat after officials at a Filipino airport revealed that they had no record of her recent trip to the country. The 'Changeling" actress had allegedly jetted into Manila's Ninoy Aquino International Airport on April 6 with partner Brad Pitt.