Authorities from Bali Immigration have been trying to find three expats and one local woman who made an inappropriate video that went viral on social media recently.
The Head of Bali Law and Human Rights Minister, Jamaruli Manihuruk confirmed that he has deployed authorities from Immigration to find the four people for investigation. “I have deployed our officers to find these people and will cooperate with other institutions to detain them for publishing inappropriate videos during their stay in Bali.” Manihuruk said.
The investigation began after inappropriate videos that went viral on social media garnered an uproar as many people condemned their act. Among the four suspects, one of them was a local woman. According to the video, they were allegedly filmed at a villa that is located in Canggu, North Kuta. The group consists of 3 men and 1 woman that had stayed in the villa for four days in early May 2021.
According to their social media, the three expats were identified as Kevin, Bryan, Fynn and Celina. Unfortunately when the officers came to the location, all the suspects had already moved to a different location. Meanwhile the Head of Criminal Investigation Operation V from the Bali Police Department, Gusti Ayu Putu Suinaci confirmed that the officers are still trying to gather more information regarding this case. “Our officers have been trying to collect more information about this case as the investigation is still underway.” Putu Suinaci said.
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