Hotel staff will call the police after Indian tourists have stolen towels and toiletries from accommodation in Bali
The very embarrassing moment when hotel staff caught a group of tourists stealing towels and toiletries from their Bali accommodation and calling the police
- Indian tourists caught red-handed after stealing items from their Balinese villa
- They left when hotel staff searched their luggage and found the items
- Shameful encounter was recorded on video, which has since become viral
- The police were contacted, the articles were returned and no costs were charged
A family of Indian tourists got a red face after they were caught stealing stuff from their hotel in Bali.
Angry staff confronted the group of nine holiday makers when they tried to leave a villa in Sukawati on Sunday.
After realizing that several items were missing, the manager called the police who were watching when an employee started searching the tourists' suitcases.
Images of the embarrassing encounter show that the staff member takes towels, toiletries and accessories from the luxury villa.
In the video, one of the tourists is angry that their journey to the airport has been delayed, while another can hear shouts: & # 39; I can pay & # 39 ;.
A group of Indian tourists were caught red-handed after they had stolen items from their hotel room
The staff continues to inspect the luggage of all guests and finds a stolen towel, baskets and toiletries hidden in a backpack.
& # 39; You explain it now, & # 39; the angry hotel employee is demanding to hear in the images.
A man repeatedly hears his apologies, but the staff is clearly furious.
& # 39; Stop it. This is not about the money. I know you have a lot of money. This is not respect. You come to Bali, you just steal – no respect, & one employee replied while the man continues to apologize.
Sukawati Police later shared photos of the stolen items, including a hairdryer, soap dispensers and clothes hangers, on its Facebook page.
& # 39; The guest acknowledged his mistake and apologized, returned the items taken and compensated for items that were not found & said a police statement.
The hotel staff asks the tourists to explain how hotel towels ended up in their luggage
The employee was not interested in the repeated apologies of the tourists and contacted the police
There were no costs involved.
Other Indian tourists have visited social media to express their shame about the incident
& # 39; This family was caught stealing hotel accessories. What a shame for India. Each of us with an Indian passport must remember that we are ambassadors of the nation and behave accordingly. India should start by canceling passports of people who undermine our credibility, "said the man who originally shared the images.
Police who were called to the hotel later shared images of the stolen items on Facebook
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