An Australian tourist is being held in a psychiatric ward of the Bali hospital after allegedly flying over the tops of buildings in drunken anger.
Fraser Lamplough, 26, had his hands tied behind his back during the arrest of a citizen on Monday in Kerokan near Kuta after the locals said they saw him walking over the rooftops.
The shirtless man was then pushed into the back of a police truck and taken to the North Kuta police station.
The 26-year-old sustained injuries to his foot and was taken to Sanglah Hospital where he remains under police surveillance.
Fraser Lamplough, 26, had his hands tied behind his back during the arrest of a citizen (photo) on Monday in Kerokan near Kuta
North Kuta police chief, Gede Putu Dewa Anom Danujaya said the Australian raged & # 39; when they arrived at the police station.
& # 39; He was treated by a psychiatric doctor and needed three hospital security. He received a tranquilizer, & Gede said, 7 News reported.
& # 39; When he settled down, the doctor's team started questioning him. He told the doctor he didn't know why he climbed on the roof. He can't remember. & # 39;
Luh Keni had been to her house when she saw the incident unfold.
The 26-year-old (photo) is now under police watch in the hospital of Sanglah and is being treated for an injured foot
The shirtless man (photo) was on vacation in Bali when he was being held by the locals
& # 39; When I brought the trash to the roof terrace, he was there suddenly. I was very shocked. Then he went to the back of the villa and jumped from one roof to the other, & Luh said.
His arrest comes four days after Sunshine Coast man Zac Whiting, 18, was accused of alleged bashen on a guard outside a Burger King in Kuta on Friday morning.
The furniture maker is accused of twice striking the guard Adni Junus Liu through a lost telephone.
Mr. Junus Liu got a heavy cut over his eye and had to get stitches.
Zac Whiting, 18, is said to have attacked a security guard outside a fast food restaurant through a lost cell phone
Whiting, who has been behind bars for three years for the alleged incident, has expressed deep remorse for his actions.
John McLeod, former security adviser to Schapelle Corby, issued a statement on behalf of Whiting on Monday saying that his client was & # 39; young and made a silly mistake & # 39 ;.
Adni Junus Liu was reportedly hit in the face by Whiting
& # 39; Zac struggles with the circumstances in which he finds himself & # 39 ;, was the statement.
& # 39; He has thought about his early Friday morning actions and is repulsed by his behavior and self-inflicted situation.
& # 39; He's just a kid who made a big mistake … and is very sorry for his night out drinking. & # 39;
McLeod said that Whiting, reportedly in Bali for school celebrations, was negotiating a peace agreement with Mr. Liu.
A peace agreement usually means that the victim is compensated and that Whiting can be released from custody within a few days.
& # 39; Whether or not a peace agreement can be concluded, he sincerely and sincerely apologizes to Mr. Liu, & # 39; he said.
& # 39; He is ashamed and ashamed of his behavior and wants to apologize to the Indonesian people for not respecting their culture and laws. & # 39;
Zac Whiting was locked up in a Bali cell after beating a guard
Mr. Junus Liu said Seven news that he was outside the Burger King when Whiting and his friends approached him.
& # 39; They challenged me to a fight. I didn't answer. I just tried to push them out. I tried to politely talk to them. I ask them to forgive me, & he said.
He said the group returned a short time later and was allegedly geared to him.
& # 39; One of them had pushed me. I tried to control myself. I ask them to forgive me, & he said.
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