In a video uploaded on Facebook by a netizen with an account named Novita Sitinjak, it can be seen that the naked man attempted to escape from the three Paspampres members who caught him. According to the video uploader, the incident occurred at 7:35 a.m. Monday.
It started with a mild cough. Muhanum Anggriawati was just 12 years old when the cough began, transforming within weeks into a violent hacking that brought up a yellowish-black liquid, quoted from The Guardian.
Surfing and the benefits of it have been studied and discussed in a research paper to determine the effects it has on both body and mind. The research was specifically designed to show how a single 30-minute bout of surfing affects males and females between 18 and 58 years of age. At the beginning of the study it was hypothesized that a half hour of surfing will increase the positive feelings of the surfers and at the same time decrease negative feelings like fatigue.
The leading Indonesian psychiatric body has classified homosexuality, bisexuality and transgenderism as mental disorders, which it says can be cured through proper treatment.
Indonesian officials are scrambling to find a solution to the latest dangerous trend in Jakarta: people who roam the city’s railway tracks looking for free “electric therapy.”
Australian teenagers are munching on magic mushrooms while celebrating schoolies in Bali, despite warnings about the health effects and efforts by local police to criminalise and eradicate the hallucinogen drugs.
Two-time ASP World Champion surfer Mick Fanning will join good friend Julian Wilson in his annual campaign to raise awareness among younger women in the fight against breast cancer.
A local HIV/AIDS watchdog has warned that condom use in the commercial sex setting is still low, bad news for an island that has seen an increasing number of new HIV cases among heterosexuals and sex workers.
Bali visitors as well as locals might find it harder to smoke on the tropical island after the provincial legislature passed a new bylaw on Anti-Smoking Areas on Monday.
The National Commission for Child Protection (Komnas PA) has decided to put IH, an 8-year-old, chain-smoking boy from Karawang Girang Village in Sukabumi, West Java, into a rehabilitation center to cure his addiction to nicotine.