Indonesian prisoners hurl abuse and shout ‘I kill you’ as nightclub promoter who partied with The Bachelor and Ruby Rose before his drug arrest in Bali is moved into notorious cell block
- Prisoners at a Bali jail hurled life-threatening abuse at a nightclub promoter
- William Cabantog, 35, walked into main cell at Denpasar police station in Bali
- ‘I kill you, I kill you,’ prisoners shouted at him and co-accused David Van Iersel
- The pair were arrested on Saturday and allegedly found with cocaine
Prisoners have threatened to kill a Melbourne nightclub promoter as he was moved into the main cell block of Bali’s notorious Denpasar police station.
Screams of: ‘I kill you, I kill you’ were directed at William Cabantog, 35, as he carried a sleeping mat into the holding cells on Friday.
Cabantog was arrested on Saturday during raids of homes and nightclubs in the resort village of Canggu, along with his co-accused David Van Iersel, 38.
William Cabantog, 35, walked his sleeping mat into the main cell block at Denpasar police station on Friday. Pictured: Cabantog poses with Nick ‘Honey Badger’ Cummins
Cabantog was arrested on Saturday during raids of homes and nightclubs in the resort village of Canggu. Pictured: Cabantog poses by a poolside with a woman on a sunny day
Denpasar police drug crime unit boss Mikael Hutabarat said the pair were found in an office of the Lost City nightclub, along with cocaine, and later returned positive urine tests.
A police statement said the men were arrested with 1.12 grams of cocaine and they faced prison sentences ranging from four to 12 years if found guilty.
Cabantog had been kept in temporary detention alongside Van Iersel, though the pair have since been moved to their new living quarters, 7 News reported.
They hid their faces as they carried their mats and shopping bags filled with food and possessions to the main cell.
The pair were told to remove their tops as police searched their bodies, to the humiliating jeers of the other prisoners.
They were eventually ushered into their new living quarters, which they will share with 96 other prisoners.
They will spend at least 60 days in the main holding cell while police investigate the circumstances surrounding their arrest.
Cabantog will spend at least 60 days in the main cell block as police investigate the circumstances surrounding his arrest. Pictured: Cabantog with AFL Magpies president Eddie McGuire
Cabantog will share the main cell block with 96 other prisoners. Pictured: A bespectacled Cabantog poses for a photo during a day out
Meanwhile photos have emerged of Cabantog’s previous life of glamour and past brushes with Australian celebrities.
In an Instagram post, a bespectacled Cabantog can be seen posing with Nick ‘Honey Badger’ Cummins alongside life-affirming commentary.
‘Me and the Badger at it again,’ the post reads.
‘This time OMNIA Sunday’s you know what they say about the Honey Badger don’t give a… and neither do I. Living our best life!!!’
Another photo shows Cabantog standing next to AFL Magpies president and ‘Who Wants to be a Millionaire’ game show host Eddie McGuire.
DJ Ruby Rose is also seen posing for a photo with Cabantog, as does Brownlow medalist Dane Swan in a separate photograph.
Photos have emerged showing the glamorous past life of Cabantog. Pictured: DJ Ruby Rose is pictured next to Cabantog
Cabantog (right) was arrested on Saturday during raids of homes and nightclubs in the resort village of Canggu, along with his co-accused David Van Iersel, 38 (left). The pair wore orange prison clothes and were shackled at the wrists as they were trotted out to media on Tuesday