Family Caught Stealing Accessories, Electronics from Bali Hotel

Family Caught Stealing Accessories, Electronics from Bali Hotel

July 29, 2019
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A family from India has sparked national outrage after stealing accessories from a hotel in Bali, Indonesia last week.
In a now-viral video, a member of the hotel staff can be seen going through the luggage of the family, who were about to leave the premises.
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As seen in the video, the family took various items from the hotel, including a bottle of liquid soap, a mirror, some towels and even a hair dryer.
“We are really very sorry. This is a family tour. We will pay you. Please let us go because we have to catch our flight,” a woman told the staff.
An Indian family has sparked national outrage after stealing accessories from a hotel in Bali, Indonesia last week.
Shortly, a man from the family said “I will pay,” but the staff member only replied, “I know you have a lot of money but this is no respect.”
Twitter user @hemanthpmc, who first shared the video, said that the family is “such an embarrassment for India.”
An Indian family has sparked national outrage after stealing accessories from a hotel in Bali, Indonesia last week.
“Each of us carrying an #IndianPassport must remember that we are ambassadors of the nation and behave accordingly.
“India must start cancelling passports of people who erode our credibility.”
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In an Instagram post on Saturday, police confirmed that the incident took place at the The Royal Purnama hotel in Sukawati.
Apparently, a housekeeping manager saw the guests throwing items over a villa wall, which prompted the inspection of their luggage.
The incident sparked outcry in India, which Indonesians hold “in very high esteem,” according to @hemathpmc.
Television host and actress Mini Mathur, for one, described it as the “worst example of entitled Indian travelers who are a disgrace to the image of our country.”
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Meanwhile, others pointed out that similar incidents happen elsewhere.
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The family has since returned the items and paid compensation for those not found.
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