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Australian tourists are swamped with dozens of creepy messages after asking for company in Bali 

Australian tourists are swamped with dozens of creepy messages after seeking women to party with while holidaying in Bali

  • Australian tourist received messages from men after asking woman to party
  • Queensland woman, Deanna, took to Facebook to find friends while in Bali
  • In minutes the post received dozens of comments from men keen to meet her
  • ‘I’ll wear a dress for a day,’ one person wrote in response to Deanna’s post  

An Australian tourist has received a barrage of creepy messages and comments after she asked for females to join her and her friend while on holiday in Bali.

Queensland woman Deanna posted to the Bali Bogans Facebook group asking for women to meet up with during her travels.

‘Are any girls going to Bali and want to meet up with us,’ she wrote to the group page on Sunday.

Queensland woman, Deanna, posted the above picture to the Bali Bogans Facebook group asking for women to meet up with during her travels

'Are any girls going to Bali from the 17th-26th [of November] and want to meet up with us,' Deanna (pictured) wrote

‘Are any girls going to Bali from the 17th-26th [of November] and want to meet up with us,’ Deanna (pictured) wrote

‘We are staying in Kuta and are keen to party.’

The post received dozens of comments from men, some of which were too vulgar to publish, within minutes.  

‘I’ll wear a dress for a day,’ one person said.

‘Lovely ladies!’ another man commented. 

‘My friend flies in on the 20th, might not be a girl but he’ll be down to party,’ another said in response to the request.

‘Beautiful,’ another man wrote while others suggested seeing the women at the club Alleycats.

Despite the attention from men, it also gained attention from women who were keen to take them up up on their offer to celebrate in Bali.

The post received dozens of comments from men, some of which were too vulgar to publish, within minutes

The post received dozens of comments from men, some of which were too vulgar to publish, within minutes

‘I’ll be there for schoolies and will definitely be down to party,’ one woman wrote.

Deanna took to the comments to reiterate that she wanted to make some friends on her trip.

‘Of course men have to comment,’ she wrote, accompanied by some laughing emojis.

‘I said GIRLS.’  

Despite the attention from men, it also gained attention from women who were keen to take them up up on their offer to celebrate in Bali

Despite the attention from men, it also gained attention from women who were keen to take them up up on their offer to celebrate in Bali

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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