& # 39; Don & # 39; t tell my ma & # 39 ;: bizarre moment when Australian tourist is tearing a prison cell in Bali after being accused of not paying a restaurant bill
- Visual material shows how Adam Geoghgan stomps violently on material that he has torn off
- The 29-year-old from Perth was locked up for three days for the alleged act
- A prison warden heard Mr. Geoghgan several times & # 39; stop & # 39;
An Australian tourist has torn a prison cell in Bali after allegedly failing to pay a restaurant bill.
In a unbuttoned shirt and blue shorts, we see images of Adam Geoghgan tearing up and stamping on material behind bars in Kuta.
The 29-year-old from Perth was locked up for three days for the alleged violation, later admitted that he had been drinking.
He was released from prison on Monday.
& # 39; We tried to pay the bill. I had a few drinks. I wanted to go to an ATM. I think there was just a misunderstanding, & he said 9News.
& # 39; It was hit a few times and it was thrown.
& # 39; Unfortunately I had – don't tell my mother – a few drinks. I don't usually drink alcohol. & # 39;
The 29-year-old (photo) from Perth was locked up for three days for the alleged crime after drinking a few alcoholic beverages
A prison guard heard Mr. Geoghgan multiple times & # 39; stop & # 39 ;.
Ross Taylor from the Indonesia Institute, a lobby group in Perth, said that Mr. Geoghgan's behavior would be completely unacceptable in Australia.
& # 39; The image of Australians traveling abroad is not good at all & # 39 ;, he said.
& # 39; We must support more powerful actions by the Balinese authorities. & # 39;
In a unbuttoned shirt and blue shorts, images show Adam Geoghgan violently stamping on material he had torn behind bars in Kuta
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