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The Indonesian tourist caught sick child porn on his cell phone when trying to fly from Australia to Bali. "


The 30-year-old Indonesian tourist is caught on his cell phone by sick child porn when trying to fly from Australia to Bali.

  • An Indonesian tourist was arrested at an Australian airport on his way to Bali
  • He allegedly had five videos on his cell phone that showed sexual abuse material
  • The maximum sentence is 10 years in prison and / or a fine of up to $ 525,000

An Indonesian tourist was arrested at an Australian airport after Australian Border Force officials reportedly found child pornography on his cell phone.

The 30-year-old man was stopped on Sunday on the way to Denpasar, Bali, at Perth International Airport for a baggage check.

The officers then ransacked his phone and came across three videos that are said to show child sexual abuse.

Later, two more videos were found that show hideous sexual activity.

An Indonesian tourist was arrested at an Australian airport after border officials allegedly found child pornography on his cell phone

The man has been accused of a number of attempts to export child abuse material and a number of attempts to export objectionable goods.

He appeared before Perth Magistrates Court on Monday and was released on bail.

He will appear in court again later this month.

Rod O & # 39; Donnell, ABF Regional Commander for Western Australia, said officials conduct thorough searches every day.

He reminded travelers that regardless of whether they are traveling to or from Australia, illegal material is prohibited when crossing the border.

The 30-year-old man was stopped on Sunday on his way to Denpasar, Bali by officials of the Australian Border Forces at Perth International Airport for a baggage check

The 30-year-old man was stopped on Sunday on his way to Denpasar, Bali by officials of the Australian Border Forces at Perth International Airport for a baggage check

"In particular, combating child exploitation is an operational priority for the ABF to protect the border from people who could pose a threat to the community," said Commander O & # 39; Donnell.

“ABF officers have significant powers to search international travelers' mobile phones and electronic devices, and exercise these powers daily at airports across the country.

"Visitors also need to be aware that ownership of child exploitation materials is taken very seriously under Australian law."

The maximum penalty for importing or exporting child exploitation material is 10 years in prison and / or a fine of up to $ 525,000.

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