Australian tradition & # 39; that a motorcyclist shot in Bali after a 30-shot kick & # 39; makes an emotional plea for leniency while waiting for his destiny
- Nicholas Carr has argued for a mild sentence from a Balinese judge in court
- He has no memory of a reportedly drunk flying kick from a man from his motorcycle
- & # 39; The only thing I have as a memory is the scars on my body and especially my mind, & # 39;
- Carr and victim, Wayan Wirawan, signed a peace agreement and hugged each other in court
- Carr is confronted with two years and eight months behind bars on an attack attack
- Prosecutors asked for a four-month sentence because Carr & # 39; s actions caused unrest
An Australian trader who allegedly kicked a motorcyclist off his bike after drinking 30 vodkashots in Bali has asked his judge for a mild punishment.
Nicholas Carr has no memory of his alleged drunken robbery through Bali in August, where he was captured on video that allegedly kicked a motorcyclist off his bike and jumped on a moving car.
The 26-year-old is also accused of breaking two shop windows and breaking into a house and attacking the owner, and is faced with two years and eight months in prison.
The student builder from Adelaide appeared in the Denpasar court on Monday afternoon and read a prepared statement before the courtroom.
Nicholas Carr (photo left) has pleaded a judge for a mild punishment after his drunken robbery through Bali in August
& While standing here for you all today full of sorrow and regret, I want to repeat my deepest and warmest apologies to the victim, his family and everyone affected by my abnormal behavior, & # 39; said Carr, as reported by 7News.
Carr met the man he allegedly attacked, Wayan Wirawan, and the couple signed a peace deal after the incident.
Wirawan received $ 4,500 from Carr to repair his damaged motorcycle, compensate him for free time and pay for new glasses.
The couple hugged after appearing in court last week.
Nicholas Carr (photo) had a drink with friends in Kuta before he blacked out and started his drunken rampage
Carr claimed that his actions on the night in question were out of character and hoped that the judge would see his regret
& # 39; I only have the scars on my body and especially my mind, & # 39; said Carr. & # 39; I will indeed be spiritually signed for the rest of my life. & # 39;
& # 39; I really hope you can see the real me while I stand before you today. Thank you. & # 39;
Prosecutors asked Carr for four months in prison because his actions caused unrest in the Balinese community.
Carr reappears in court on November 5.
Carr (photo left) said to the court: "I will indeed be spiritually signed for the rest of my life"
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