Tourist and ‘digital creator’ divides Australia after she took time out of her holiday to donate food to a children’s orphanage in Bali: ‘Keep your puppies inside your clothes’
- Glamorous Australian tourist targeted by trolls after Bali orphanage donation
- Kelsey Foster donated rice, noodles and oil to facility on Indonesia island
- Cruel trolls took issue with the clothes she wore labelling outfit ‘inappropriate’
Online trolls have mercilessly targeted a glamorous Australian tourist after she donated food to a children’s orphanage in Bali.
Kelsey Foster decided to take time out of her holiday to drop off boxes of rice, noodles and cooking oil at one of the facilities on the Indonesian island.
She also spent time with the children and treated them to lollies and soft toys.
A glamorous Australian tourist has been mercilessly targeted by online trolls after donating food to a children’s orphanage in Bali
Kelsey Foster decided to take time out of her holiday to drop off boxes of rice, noodles and cooking oil at one of the facilities on the Indonesian island
Ms Foster shared heartwarming photos of her visit on Facebook with the NSW beauty salon owner encouraging tourists to donate to the orphanages.
Cruel trolls immediately swooped in to attack Ms Foster and her choice of clothing.
Ms Foster had dressed down because of the humidity in Bali and was wearing a swimsuit and crop top.
‘Next time it would prob be much more respectful to keep your puppies inside your clothes,’ one social media user wrote.
‘It’s not something children need to experience at a young age.’
Another claimed Ms Foster should have done her research on reputable charities to make sure she wasn’t visiting a facility that was taking advantage of children.
‘I’m not hating anyone. I’m just saying tourists to Bali should be more responsible as to how they help children,’ they wrote.
‘Charities need to be transparent and responsible about how they operate.
She also spent time with the children and treated them to lollies and soft toys
Ms Foster at the orphanage in Bali where she gave children food, lollies and soft toys
‘I understand the poster meant well but this is not a good example of how we can support children in need.’
Ms Foster was quick to fire back at the haters.
‘Hilarious how quick judgement comes because of what I am wearing,’ she wrote.
‘A swimsuit I had on already from the morning on a 33 degree day in humidity I am not used to, how dare I.
Cruel trolls immediately swooped in to attack Ms Foster and her choice of clothing
‘It’s not meaningful because I took pictures? I had friends from Australia donate to me back home to bring money here to do this for the children when I mentioned I wanted to visit, so I am sharing with them.
‘I loved my time there, loved meeting the children and no one’s going to change my mind,’ she said.
Social media users were quick to come to her defence slamming the online trolls.
‘That’s such a beautiful thing,’ one wrote. ‘Doesn’t matter what you wear that’s not what the post is about peeps. God bless you.’
A second said: ‘Either way at the end of the day you did a good thing. People can judge all they want but at-least in your heart you know you did the right thing girl. X.’