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Two influencers have had their passports seized in Bali after filming a prank at a retailer during which one in every of them painted a masks on their face to attempt to idiot buyers.
Leia Se was filmed by Josh Paler Lin with a protecting masks painted on to her face. The pair walked across the store trying to keep away from being referred to as out by buyers.
Se painted her face to make it appear to be she was carrying a blue disposable masks. Unsurprisingly the video was criticised on-line for its stupidity.
Nonetheless the 2 of them have now obtained greater than on-line criticism.
The Indonesian authorities have confirmed that the pair have had their passports seized and that authorities are contemplating deporting them. Lin has been recognized as a Taiwanese nationwide, and Se is Russian.
I Putu Surya Dharma, a spokesperson from the regional workplace for the Ministry of Regulation and Human Rights, stated that Public Order Company (Satpol PP) officers can be questioning the influencers.
Per Coconuts Bali, he stated: “After that they are going to be examined along with Immigration to take the choice on whether or not or to not deport them.”
In the meantime the top of Bali Civil Service Police stated that they deliberate to concern a letter recommending that the 2 be deported as their actions violated anticipated behaviour.
Dewa Nyoman Rai Dharmadi stated: “They aren’t solely violating, however intentionally scary in public, so it’s solely correct to sanction them extra severely, not simply with a effective but additionally deportation.”
Bali’s necessary masks rule implies that international nationals obtain a effective of IDR1 million ($68.76) the primary time they’re caught with out masks, whereas a second violation might topic them to deportation.
The pair of influencers have now launched a grovelling apology video alongside their authorized group. Within the video they are saying that their prank was not meant to disrespect the masks rule or to encourage others to not put on masks, however to “entertain individuals”.