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Bali escapee Shaun Davidson celebrates 100 days on the run

Bali escapee Shaun Davidson is celebrating 100 days on the run from police.

The Australian-born former inmate broke out of notorious Kerobokan prison in June with only six-weeks left on his sentence, meaning he would have walked free from jail now if he had served out his time.

But he has since continued to taunt police while on the run by posting updated to Facebook.

Bali escapee Shaun Davidson is celebrating 100 days on the run from police

Davidson has continued to taunt police while on the run by posting updated to Facebook 

Davidson has continued to taunt police while on the run by posting updated to Facebook 

‘Just realised iits (sic) been 100 days,’ Davidson wrote on Facebook, adding a number of clapping emojis.

And it seems he has the support from a number of followers on social media.

‘Keep going mate love from Holland,’ wrote one Facebook user.

‘You must be missing your family, you’re strong man… keep doing what you’re doing,’ said another.

After tunneling out of the overcrowded prison on June 19 with three other inmates, only Davidson and one other inmate remain on the run after two escapees were caught days after.

The fugitive has continued to taunt police by creating his own wanted posters offering a reward, proving popular with his thousands of followers.

Davidson tunnelled out of the overcrowded Bali prison with three other inmates in June, with just 10 weeks left on his sentence (tunnel pictured) 

Davidson tunnelled out of the overcrowded Bali prison with three other inmates in June, with just 10 weeks left on his sentence (tunnel pictured) 

Since escaping jail Davidson has claimed to be everywhere from The Netherlands to Thailand and a cafe in the Caribbean 

Since escaping jail Davidson has claimed to be everywhere from The Netherlands to Thailand and a cafe in the Caribbean 

His fans have previously taken to Facebook to tell Davidson he is ‘living the dream’ and that he is ‘so entertaining’ they ‘hope it lasts forever’.

Since escaping jail Davidson has claimed to be everywhere from The Netherlands to Thailand and a cafe in the Caribbean.

‘Dinner time I’m starving,’ he wrote alongside the check-in at Cafe Luna Barbados.

Two escapees were caught within days, while Davidson (pictured) and another man remain on the run

Two escapees were caught within days, while Davidson (pictured) and another man remain on the run

Davidson tunnelled out of the overcrowded Bali prison with three other inmates in June, with just 10 weeks left on his sentence.

Two escapees were caught within days, while Davidson and another man remain on the run.

 

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