Indonesian prisoners swing abuse and call & # 39; I kill you & # 39; as a nightclub promoter partying with The Bachelor and Ruby Rose before his drug arrest in Bali is moved to a notorious cell block
- Prisoners in a prison in Bali threw life-threatening abuse to a nightclub promoter
- William Cabantog, 35, entered the main cell at Denpasar police station in Bali
- & # 39; I kill you, I kill you & # 39 ;, prisoners shouted at him and accused David Van Iersel
- The pair was arrested on Saturday and reportedly found with cocaine
Prisoners threatened to kill a Melbourne nightclub promoter when he was moved to one of the most important cells of the notorious Bali police station.
Scream of: & # 39; I kill you, I kill you & # 39; were aimed at William Cabantog, 35, while he wore a sleeping mat in the cells on Friday.
Cabantog was arrested on Saturday during raids on houses and nightclubs in the holiday village of Canggu, along with his co-accused David Van Iersel, 38.
William Cabantog, 35, walked his sleeping mat Friday into the main cell block of the Denpasar police station. Pictured: Cabantog poses with Cummins from Nick & # 39; Honey Badger & # 39;
Cabantog was arrested on Saturday during raids on houses and night clubs in the holiday village of Canggu. Pictured: Cabantog is posing by the pool with a woman on a sun-drenched day
Police chief in Denpasar, the Police Unit for Drug Crimes, Mikael Hutabarat, said the couple was found with cocaine in an office at Lost City nightclub and later returned positive urine tests.
According to a police statement, the men were arrested with 1.12 grams of cocaine and were confronted with prison sentences of four to twelve years if they were found guilty.
Cabantog was held in temporary custody alongside Van Iersel, although the couple have since been moved to their new living space, 7 News reported.
They hid their faces while carrying their mats and shopping bags filled with food and belongings to the main cell.
The pair were ordered to remove their tops while the police searched their bodies, to the humiliating hunters of the other prisoners.
They were eventually taken to their new living space, which they will share with 96 other prisoners.
They will spend at least 60 days in the main cell while the police investigate the circumstances surrounding their arrest.
Cabantog will spend at least 60 days in the main cell block while the police investigate the circumstances surrounding his arrest. Pictured: Cabantog with AFL Magpies president Eddie McGuire
Cabantog shares the main cell block with 96 other prisoners. Pictured: a spectacled Cabantog is posing for a photo during a day out
Meanwhile, photos & # 39; s have emerged of Cabantog & # 39; s previous life of glamor and past brushes with Australian celebrities.
In an Instagram post you can see a spectacled Cabantog posing with Nick & # 39; Honey Badger & # 39; Cummins in addition to life-sustaining commentary.
& # 39; Me and the tie again, & # 39; is the message.
& # 39; This time you don't know OMNIA Sunday what they say about the Honey Badger … and neither do I. Live our best life !!! & # 39;
Another photo shows Cabantog alongside AFL Magpie's president and & # 39; Who Wants to Millionaire & # 39; game show host Eddie McGuire.
DJ Ruby Rose is also posing for a photo with Cabantog, just like Brownlow medalist Dane Swan in a separate photo.
Photographs have emerged showing the glamorous past life of Cabantog. Pictured: DJ Ruby Rose is standing next to Cabantog
Cabantog (right) was arrested Saturday during raids of houses and night clubs in the Canggu holiday park, together with his co-accused David Van Iersel, 38 (left). The couple wore orange prison clothing and were chained to their wrists when they were trotting to the media on Tuesday
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