"Stoned" Australian tourist, 26, "high on magic mushrooms", is arrested in Bali for making the runner out of a restaurant, then passed out naked and urinated on the street. "
- The man is said to have urinated in the streets of Bali last week
- He was arrested after allegedly leaving a restaurant without payment
- He was taken to the police station, but quickly taken to Satpol PP
- The police suspect that he likes many magic mushrooms and said he was "stoned".
An Australian tourist allegedly filmed urinating outside a store in Bali was arrested after leaving a restaurant without paying for it.
The man's footage went viral last week after he allegedly passed out with his pants next to a shop on Ngurah Rai Street in Kuta while urinating.
He was arrested on Thursday after supposedly leaving a restaurant without paying.
Police said the tourist was "stoned" and thought he might have used magic mushrooms.
"He went viral with the video he peed on," the police told Dedik News.
The Australian tourist was arrested by the Balinese authorities after allegedly leaving a restaurant without paying for his food
“We looked for him on By Pass Ngurah Rai Road, but he showed up near Kuta this morning.
"He ate (in a restaurant) without paying, so he was taken to the police station, but then he was taken to Satpol PP because he was stoned."
Satpol PP acts as an order police in Kuta.
When interviewed by officials, the Australian allegedly refused to tell them who he was or to show ID, according to Bali Plus.
The case of the Australian is now being managed by immigration to Bali because he is suspected of consuming magic mushrooms classified as class 1 narcotics.
Although the recreational drug has been categorized as meth and marijuana since 2014, it is still extremely popular with tourists in Bali.
His arrest follows a series of loutic and embarrassing incidents by Austrians in Bali that have warned all foreigners.
The governor of Bali, Wayan Koster, said disrespectful visitors would be booted out of the country.
A tourist's footage, believed to be O & # 39; Miara, went viral last week after allegedly urinating outside a Bali store
“If in the future tourists behave in such a way that we should just send them home, they come to Bali in disorderly fashion. We will give them this warning, ”Governor Koster told reporters.
"You shouldn't just think based on income and then allow tourists to behave disrespectfully," he said.
His comments came after Instagram influencer and model Sabina Dolezalova posted a video in which her friend Zdenek Slouka sprayed holy water from a fountain on her bottom.
Pictured: Instagram influencer and model Sabina Dolezalova posted a video in which her friend Zdenek Slouka sprays holy water from a fountain on her bottom
Senator Dr. Arya Wedakarna called the couple "disgusting" and their behavior "unacceptable".
After the backlash, the couple went to Instagram to apologize for their actions.
& # 39; We’re so sorry about yesterday’s video. We dishonored the sacred temple and sacred water in Ubud, «said Slouka.
"We didn't know (were holy) and we're so sorry for what happened."
The couple (pictured) have since apologized for their actions, declaring that they did not know that the water was sacred
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