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Bali jail escapee Shaun Davidson tags himself in Indonesia

  • Australian fugitive Shaun Davidson has tagged himself back in Indonesia 
  • The former Bali prison inmate continues to taunt police with posts on Facebook
  • Davidson broke free from the notorious Kerobokan prison over 60 days ago 
  • His new found fan base are keeping updated and making light of his movements

Australian fugitive Shaun Davidson has tagged himself back in Indonesia in his latest post on Facebook as he continues to taunt police. 

The former Bali prison inmate broke free from the notorious Kerobokan prison more than 60 days ago where he has since continued to post updates to Facebook and collected a large following. 

Fans who are keeping up to date with the escapee’s movements were quick to make light of his latest location status with Davidson also seeing the funny side of things.

Australian fugitive Shaun Davidson (pictured) has tagged himself back in Indonesia in his latest post on Facebook as he continues to taunt police

Davidson has since continued to post updates to Facebook and collected a large following, in his latest update tagging himself in Indonesia (pictured) 

Davidson has since continued to post updates to Facebook and collected a large following, in his latest update tagging himself in Indonesia (pictured) 

Davidson often responds to fans who comment on his status updates with hilarious anecdotes 

Davidson often responds to fans who comment on his status updates with hilarious anecdotes 

In a reply to a comment on his new update made on Tuesday which stated he was ‘feeling crazy in Atapupu, Nusa Tenggara Timur, Indonesia,’ a caring follower wrote: ‘Wow that’s a bit close for comfort be careful’. 

Davidson replied underneath writing: ‘Decided to get a front row seat for the search,’ just minutes later. 

One person wrote: ‘Just a small swim now and your back in Australia’.

‘Hmmm starting to wonder if he’s been there the whole time ??? Let’s start seeing pics after you have left these places ???’ another Facebook user wrote. 

In three hours the post had accumulated 70 likes and more than 10 people commented on the update. 

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 tunneling out of the overcrowded prison on June 19 with three other inmates, only Davidson and one other inmate remain on the run

The fugitive has continued to tantalise police by creating his own wanted posters offering a reward

The fugitive has continued to tantalise police by creating his own wanted posters offering a reward

His fans have previously taken to Facebook to tell Davidson he is 'living the dream' as he  continues to dodge authorities 

His fans have previously taken to Facebook to tell Davidson he is ‘living the dream’ as he  continues to dodge authorities 

The former Bali prison inmate broke free from the notorious Kerobokan prison more than 60 days ago 

The former Bali prison inmate broke free from the notorious Kerobokan prison more than 60 days ago 

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 tantalise police by creating his own wanted posters offering a reward, proving popular with his thousands of followers.

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’. 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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