Young, carefree Aussie heads over to Thailand or Bali for a tropical holiday. They soak up the sun, hit the surf, sip on cocktails, buy a Bintang singlet and hire a scooter to get around. It is a rite of passage that many young Australians enjoy. Until it kills them, News Australia reported.
Bali police have issued a warning to tourists riding motorbikes on the holiday island — obey the road rules or face criminal charges. Anyone who tries to bribe an officer to get away with bad behaviour will also be charged.
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
In other words, there’s zero room for error here
Two Danish tourists, Jansen Marcus Moller (21) and Andreas Winther Nielsen, were killed in the early hours of Sunday, July 2, 2017, in a traffic accident at the intersection of Tiyung Tutul in Pererenan, as quoted from Bali Discovery.
Police say the five would travel around South Bali late at night on motorcycle threatening and robbing their victims, often attacking their victims as gangs.
A 26-year-old Australian woman has died in Bali after police believe she fell from a scooter into a gutter on the popular tourist island.
A chase ensued causing Walsh to accelerate and hit a steel fence resulting in wounds to his neck and other parts of his body.
Both motorcyclists were traveling at a high rate of speed in a southerly direction on Jalan Raya Canggu.
Suire’s body was found laying in a ditch near his motorcycle at sunrise on Sunday