Australian, aged 17, arrested in Bali after stealing two watches from a duty-free shop at the airport & # 39;

An Australian teenager is being held at the Denpasar police station after he allegedly stole two watches from the airport's duty-free shop.

Australian, aged 17, arrested in Bali after stealing two watches from a duty-free shop at the airport & # 39;

  • A 17 year old is accused of stealing two seen from a shop in Bali airport
  • The Gold Coast teenager was arrested just before his flight
  • He was destined for Brisbane when he was arrested by the Indonesian police

Greta Levy for Daily Mail Australia

An Australian teenager accused of stealing two watches from a duty-free shop at a Bali airport has been arrested.

The 17-year-old from Gold Coast is being held in a room at an Indonesian police station.

He is accused of stealing two watches valued between $ 950 and $ 1,200.

The teenager was arrested at 2:00 pm, minutes before he was boarded on a Jetstar flight from Bali to Brisbane, according to the courier mail.

An Australian teenager is being held at the Denpasar police station after he allegedly stole two watches from the airport's duty-free shop.

An Australian teenager is being held at the Denpasar police station after he allegedly stole two watches from the airport's duty-free shop.

Due to Indonesian child protection laws, the teenager is not detained in a jail cell.

According to reports, he was with his stepbrother when he was arrested at one of the international airports. The airport has not been confirmed yet.

His parents have stayed and rescheduled his trip back to Australia. A lawyer is helping the teenager, which is he thinks he is with his father.

The lawyer Putu Angga Pratama Sukma said that the teenager was crying & # 39; and & # 39; promised not to do the same again & # 39;

"In Indonesia, a case with a child as an author, the case is being tried without a court," he said.

& # 39; We call it fun. It's like a mediation. The police will encourage the victim to revoke the report and forgive the perpetrator. "

According to reports, the teenager was with his stepbrother when he was arrested at the international airport

According to reports, the teenager was with his stepbrother when he was arrested at the international airport

According to reports, the teenager was with his stepbrother when he was arrested at the international airport

The boy is being held at the Denpasar police station, where his Queensland partner Brendon Johnsson faces charges for drug trafficking.

Last week, the 43-year-old man was arrested at his home in Kuta after police discovered 12 grams of cocaine worth about $ 3,000 in a raid.

If convicted, Mr. Johnsson faces a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison under Indonesian law.

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