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Australia’s worst ever Bali Bogans are revealed

With clear waters, blue skies and cheap beer, Bali has long been a favourite destination of Australian holidaymakers.

But there are always some who get a little too excited and end up disgracing themselves with drunk and disorderly behaviour.

Last month Bali’s Governor Wayan Koster became so sick of tourists causing havoc on the party island that he threatened to deport any misbehaving guests. 

‘In the future, if there are tourists behaving like that we should just send them home. We will give them this warning,’ he said.

So what has happened that has tipped the governor over the edge? 

Here Daily Mail Australia takes a look at the tourists who have got into trouble in recent weeks.     

The Czech influencers

‘Fitspo’ model Sabina Dolezalova posted a video to Instagram of her boyfriend Zdenek Slouka spraying holy water from a fountain on to her backside.

The couple, from the Czech Republic, came under fire from Dr Arya Wedakarna, a Bali senator, for the ‘insensitive’ video.

The clip was filmed at the Beji Temple in the popular monkey forest tourist attraction in Ubud in August.

Dr Wedakarna said the couple were ‘harassing’ the temple, while social media users slammed the pair for their ‘disgusting’ and ‘unacceptable’ actions. 

Dolezalova has 65,000 followers on Instagram

Dolezalova filmed the video at the Beji Temple in the popular monkey forest tourist attraction in Ubud

The 'fitspo' model posted a video to Instagram of Slouka spraying holy water from a fountain on her backside while she bends over

The ‘fitspo’ model posted a video to Instagram of Slouka spraying holy water from a fountain on her backside while she bends over 

'We are so sorry about the video from yesterday. We dishonoured the holy temple and the holy water in Ubud,' Slouka said in an apology video

Locals said the couple were 'harassing' the temple, while social media users slammed the pair for their 'disgusting' and 'unacceptable' actions

‘We are so sorry about the video We dishonoured the holy temple and the holy water in Ubud,’ Slouka said in an apology video 

Some people even called for them to be ‘blacklisted’ from Bali. 

Following the backlash, the couple took to Instagram to apologise for their actions.

‘We are so sorry about the video from yesterday. We dishonoured the holy temple and the holy water in Ubud,’ Slouka said.

‘We didn’t know it [was holy] and we are so sorry about what happened’. 

Ms Dolezalova then agreed with her boyfriend, saying they didn’t realise they were visiting a holy temple.

Her manger Daniel Šimkovič said an agreement was reached and the mater resolved with a ‘voluntary contribution’ was proposed to the local village. 

Aussie man’s drunken ‘crime spree’

Australian tourist Nicholas Carr allegedly went on a drunken crime rampage through the streets of Bali. 

The tradie said he drank so much vodka and cocktails he can’t remember much of the evening that landed him in a police holding cell in Kuta.

He was captured on video allegedly kicking a motorcyclist off his bike and jumping into a moving car.

It’s alleged Carr then smashed two shop windows before he broke into a home and assaulted the owner.

Nicholas Carr, 26, pictured being arrested by police following his alleged crime spree

Nicholas Carr, 26, pictured being arrested by police following his alleged crime spree

Carr was taken to hospital for treatment to minor injuries. He's now in a police jail cell

Carr was taken to hospital for treatment to minor injuries. He’s now in a police jail cell

Police charged Carr with assault and damaging property.

Both charges carry a maximum two years and eight months behind bars. 

The alleged rampage occurred on Carr’s first night of a 10-day visit to the tourist hotspot with a friend. 

The pair spent their first night visiting several bars before things allegedly spiralled out of control. 

‘I can’t really remember most of it,’ he told Seven News from his jail cell.

‘I have drunk until I have blacked out but I have never done this before, ever.’

Carr denied there were any drugs involved and has paid his victims compensation, which could reduce his sentence if found guilty.

CCTV shows Carr allegedly confronting a home owner before throwing him into a wall

CCTV shows Carr allegedly confronting a home owner before throwing him into a wall 

Nicholas Carr claims he has little recollection of his alleged drunken rampage in Bali

 Nicholas Carr claims he has little recollection of his alleged drunken rampage in Bali

Before going on his alleged crime spree, Carr was filmed sprinting towards a moving car before hitting its windshield and rolling off the bonnet on Sunset Road.  

In a video, two men are seen chasing after a seemingly intoxicated Carr, who laughs as he runs away.    

He was then seen running toward an oncoming motorbike and jumping up in front of it, sending the rider flying into the air before skidding along the busy road. 

 ‘F**k this, f**k you!’  Carr can be heard yelling.

The force of the collision knocked the rider off and left the damaged bike sliding for metres.

Motorcyclist Wayan Wirawan managed to walk away from the collision with minor injuries but was unable to work that day. 

The injured motorcyclist has forgiven Carr but wants compensation for the damaged bike

The injured motorcyclist has forgiven Carr but wants compensation for the damaged bike

Carr then allegedly smashed a mini-mart window and a restaurant window and assaulted a Seminyak man who was asleep in his bed.

Nyoman Purda was woken up by Carr who was allegedly on the front step of his home.

CCTV footage from the man’s home shows Carr throw Mr Nyoman from his front porch into a wall.

‘I fell down. He went into my house and got into my bedroom. He locked himself in the room. Later on he went out through the back window,’ Mr Nyoman told Seven News. 

A photo from the morning after the incident, a bloodied and bruised Carr was seen tied up with thick blue ropes around his legs after being arrested by police.  

Carr spent several hours in hospital before he was taken to the police cells.     

Indian family caught stealing 

A family of Indian tourists were left red-faced after they were caught stealing items from their hotel in Bali.

Angry staff confronted the group of nine holidaymakers as they tried to leave a villa in Sukawati in July.

After realising several items were missing, the manager called the police who watched on as one employee started searching the tourists’ bags. 

Hotel staff found the stolen items in the luggage

The female guest wasn't happy about the delay

A group of Indian tourists were caught red-handed after stealing items from their hotel room

Footage of the embarrassing encounter shows the staff member pulling out towels, toiletries and accessories taken from the luxury villa. 

In the video, one of the tourists is angry that their ride to the airport has been delayed while another can be heard shouting: ‘I can pay.’  

Staff continue to inspect all the guests’ luggage and find a stolen towel, baskets and toiletries hidden in a backpack.

‘You explain now,’ the angry hotel employee can be heard saying in the footage.

A man is heard repeatedly apologising but the staff are clearly furious.

Hotel staff found the stolen items in the luggage

The female guest wasn't happy about the delay

A group of Indian tourists were caught red-handed after stealing items from their hotel room

‘Stop. This is not about the money. I know you have a lot of money. This is no respect. You come to Bali, you just steal – no respect,’ an employee replied as the man continued to apologise.

Sukawati Police later used their Facebook page to share photos of the stolen items, which included a hairdryer, soap dispensers and coat hangers. 

‘The guest acknowledged his mistake and apologised, returned the items taken and compensated for items that have not been found,’ a police statement said.

No charges were laid. 

Aussie man urinating in street 

In early September an Australian tourist who was filmed allegedly urinating outside a shop in Bali was arrested after walking out of a restaurant without paying. 

Footage of the man went viral after he allegedly passed out with his pants down next to a shop in Ngurah Rai Street, in Kuta, while he urinated. 

Police said the tourist appeared ‘stoned’ and believe he may have taken magic mushrooms.  

‘He’s went viral with the video where he peed,’ police told Dedik News.   

The Australian tourist arrested by Bali authorities after allegedly leaving a restaurant without paying for his meal

The Australian tourist arrested by Bali authorities after allegedly leaving a restaurant without paying for his meal

‘We looked for him along By Pass Ngurah Rai road, but he showed up around Kuta just earlier this morning.

‘He ate [at a restaurant] without paying, so he was brought to the police station, but then he was taken to Satpol PP because he’s stoned.’

Satpol PP act as public order police in Kuta. 

When interviewed by officers, the Australian allegedly refused to tell them who he was or show them any ID, according to Bali Plus.  

The Australian’s case is now being managed by Bali immigration due to his suspected consumption of magic mushrooms which is categorized as Class 1 narcotics. 

Even though the recreational drug has been classed under the same category as meth and marijuana since 2014, it is still extremely popular among tourists in Bali.  

 

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