An Australian man has spent two and a half months behind bars in Bali for allegedly stealing a pair of $425 Gucci sunglasses at Bali airport, claiming he did it unconsciously because he was a nervous flyer
An Australian man has been detained in Bali after a small amount of marijuana and anti-depressants were allegedly found in his luggage.
A woman has swam through three tonnes of human waste and garbage floating about in the ocean, describing it as a “real life nightmare”.
Queensland woman has become the fourth Australian to die from a scooter accident in Bali this year after a horrific crash. Sophia Martini, 27, was on the back of a bike being ridden by her boyfriend, Steele Nugent when it crashed in the early hours
An Australian man’s housekeeper in Bali has had her feet hacked off with a machete, with claims her husband attacked her because he thought she had been unfaithful
Bali Provincial Police Chief Petrus Golose said Davidson is still in Indonesia. “The Australian has not yet (fled out of country) and is still in Indonesia. (He is) the focus of a search on the border between Indonesia and Timor-Leste.” he told reporters today.
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“It’s a mistake to think that you can go there and get away with anything, that you’ve got a licence to unleash your inner vampire, which is unfortunately what a lot of especially younger travellers seem to do, and they often suffer as a result”, he added.
Video shows an Australian man stood shouting and screaming on the edge of a narrow ledge on the second floor of Bali’s international airport on Tuesday (18/07), causing chaos in the busy departures area.
Almost 100 child sex offenders from Australia have tried to enter Indonesia this year, which child advocates say underscores the need for world-first new Australian laws that will cancel the passports of paedophiles.