Instagram model couple can boast of giving $ 200 to ‘lucky’ taxi driver in Bali during a corona virus pandemic
Instagram model couple bragged about giving $ 200 to the ‘lucky taxi driver’ who dropped them off at Bali airport – just a week after one of them was ‘sick with coronavirus’
- Mikaela Testa, 19, and Atis Paul finally flew home from Bali on Friday afternoon
- Mr. Paul posted a photo of AU $ 200 in Indonesian money to give to the taxi driver
- He was convicted of the stunt and called the taxi driver ‘lucky’ to get his money
- Ms. Testa previously posted photos of Mr. Paul looking unwell, suggesting he had a virus
- The porn model made headlines last year for a tearful rant about the ban on Instagram likes
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An Instagram couple boasted that they had given their Bali taxi driver $ 200 to drive them to the airport as they fled to the Gold Coast.
Mikaela Testa, 19, who was mocked online last year for her tearful video about Instagram’s ‘likes ban’, and her boyfriend Atis Paul finally flew home on Friday.
The couple spent several weeks on the holiday island and will now undergo the mandatory two-week quarantine at home in Queensland.
Friday after weeks, 19-year-old Mikaela Testa and her friend Atis Paul flew home on the Indonesian holiday island
Paul posted a photo of stacks of Indonesian money on Friday, worth about AU $ 200, which he said the couple planned to give their driver to the airport
Mr Paul posted a photo of piles of Indonesian money on Friday, worth about AU $ 200, which he said the couple intended to give to their driver.
“My girlfriend and I are going to give all this to the lucky taxi driver who drops us off at the airport today,” he wrote.
“Bali is really going to struggle for a while, so it will be less of a struggle for a family.”
The couple received a lot of criticism online, both for seeking attention during the coronavirus pandemic and for calling the driver “ happiness. ”
According to his girlfriend, Mr. Paul turned out to have been ill himself with coronavirus a week earlier.
Paul seemed to have been ill with coronavirus himself just a week earlier, according to photos posted by his girlfriend
The couple spent several weeks on the holiday island and now have two weeks of quarantine to look forward to at home in Queensland
Ms. Testa shared a meme on March 12 saying “My husband has the corona virus, don’t touch it.”
This was supposed to be a joke until she posted pictures of Mr. Paul looking sick in bed and indicating that he indeed had the virus.
The Instagram boyfriend appears to have recovered from his illness to be good enough to return to Australia.
Ms. Testa went viral with her tearful Instagram rant last year, increasing the number of likes a photo has a secret from everyone except the poster.
“If you think this is okay, you can raise it, it’s actually a sad day for those who have Instagram as a job,” she said at the time.
The Instagram boyfriend appears to have recovered from his illness to be good enough to return to Australia
The couple shared many photos of their travels through Bali and Europe before
Regardless of what you may think, Instagram is a REAL job, and those in the industry have worked hard to get where they are. It’s people who aren’t even in the industry who think it’s a goddamn joke. It’s not, it’s real damage here. ‘
Ms. Testa later boasted that she made $ 12,895 a month posting pornographic videos on onlyfans.com and that she had 50,000 subscribers.
Indonesia has had 450 coronavirus cases and 38 deaths, and Bali has been transformed from a thriving holiday destination into a ghost town as people forgo international travel due to restrictions on returning to their home countries.