Malaysian Man And Two Indonesian Friends Faces Mandatory Death Penalty In Bali For Hiding Drugs In Their Rectum - The Coverage
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Malaysian Man And Two Indonesian Friends Faces Mandatory Death Penalty In Bali For Hiding Drugs In Their Rectum

Guys, don’t do drugs. It doesn’t only ruin your own life and health, it also ruins your relationship with your loved ones and not to mention putting their life at risk too.

A 23-year-old Malaysian man was arrested at the Ngurah Rai Airport in Bali along with his two Indonesian friends upon arrival from Bangkok on March 11.

The trio reportedly looked suspicious to authorities as they were going through security check at the airport’s international terminal.

Ngurah Rai Customs and Excise office head Himawan Indarjono was quoted by The Nation as saying that X-ray scanning revealed ‘suspicious things’ in their bodies and belongings.

Himawan Indarjono | Source: Suara NTB

The Malaysian man and his Indonesian friends were then taken to the customs, and excise room to be body-searched, where customs officers found three packets of methamphetamine, weighing 90.71g in total, hidden in the rectum of the Malaysian man. Another 36.2g of meth was also found in his bag.

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On the other hand, his two Indonesian friends also hid packets of methamphetamine in their rectums, weighing nearly 305g! One of them hid four packets of meth in his rectum, which weighed 165.57g!

Another suspect hid two packets in her rectum and two in her vagina, totaling 140g of the drug.

The three are now facing drug charges that carry a mandatory death penalty in Indonesia if convicted.

It is learned that 18 people who were convicted of drug smuggling have been executed since President Joko Widodo came into power, most of them were foreigners.

According to The Jakarta Post, Indonesian Police Chief Gen. Tito Karnavian said that the capital punishment is an effective way to curb drug dealing. He said in reference to the drug war initiate by Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte,

“We see that when we shoot at drug dealers they go away.”

Indonesian Police Chief Gen. Tito Karnavian | Source: The Jakarta Post

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Guys, learn from these people, never turn to drugs no matter where life takes you.

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