Unconscious tourist sparks fury in Bali after passing out in front of a shop and urinating while in a VERY compromising position
- A tourist was spotted lying on the ground and urinating in front of a shop in Bali
- The holidaymaker was seen holding their pants down in Kuta, on Tuesday
- Locals were quick to criticise the man and claimed tourists were ruining Bali
- A couple came under fire this month after posting a video splashing holy water
A tourist has sparked fury in Bali after passing out and urinating in front of a shop.
The foreigner was seen clutching their genitals while lying on the ground in Kuta on Tuesday.
The unnamed holidaymaker came under fire after the video was posted online, with many viewers accusing tourists of ruining the Balinese culture.
The footage shows a person dressed in leggings and throngs rolling around on the floor outside a shop.
They can be seen pulling down the top of their pants while a trail of urine runs down into the street.
The video received multiple comments from people slamming the foreigner, branding them as a ‘bule’ – a term used for white people who travel to Indonesia.
A video uploaded to Instagram shows a tourist passed out and urinating in front of a shop in Bali (pictured)
The person can be seen pulling the top of their pants down while a trail of urine runs down onto the street (pictured)
‘This is getting so out of control turning it into the west!’ one person commented.
One person even commented that the Bali government should crack down on misbehaving tourists.
‘As a bule myself, I am embarrassed by the actions of a few, Bali government should take action against these people, better for everyone not to come to Bali,’ another man said.
‘Cheap visa effect. The guests who come are also cheap,’ one wrote.
‘Bali is now filled with garbage bule’ someone said.
The person was seen passed out in front of the shop in Kuta, Bali (pictured) sparking outrage from Bali locals
The man’s behaviour comes in the wake of a series of embarrassing incidents in Bali, prompting a warning to all foreigners.
Bali Governor Wayan Koster said disrespectful visitors would be removed from the country.
‘In the future, if there are tourists behaving like that we should just send them home, they are being disorderly coming to Bali. We will give them this warning,’ Governor Koster told reporters.
‘They shouldn’t think merely on the basis of income, and then allow tourists to engage in disrespectful behavior,’ he said.
His comments came after Instagram influencer and model Sabina Dolezalova, posted a video of her boyfriend Zdenek Slouka spraying holy water from a fountain on to her backside.
Sabina Dolezalova, posted a video to Instagram of her boyfriend Zdenek Slouka spraying holy water from a fountain on to her backside (pictured)
Senator Dr Arya Wedakarna called the pair as ‘disgusting’ and their behaviour ‘unacceptable’.
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’.
Following the backlash, the couple (pictured) took to Instagram to apologise for their actions