Australian man jailed in Bali is ordered to hug his victim in court | Entertainment News

2018-10-03T05:58:58+00:00 October 3rd, 2018|

An Australian man who allegedly attacked a Bali cafe owner after his dogs urinated if the cafe has been ordered to hug his victim in court Michael David Sudeep 47 was thrown into a polonaise prison after he allegedly assaulted owner made way not when mr. Wayne Ock complained about Saudis dogs urinating on coke and it’s used for drinks at his wear and coconut cafe in the bud in July Saudi appeared at the Junior District Court for the first time and was ordered to hug his victim inside in a peace agreement The Herald Sun reported mr. Rana who has a big part said he felt pity for the Australian …


Continue reading… and pushed for the unusual gesture the pair were ordered to shake hands and hug in front of the judges bench after mr. Wei not testified and revealed details of the letter to the court the official Proceedings of the trial must continue as the peace agreement came after a criminal case was launched by police [Music] share this article share mr. Wayne not told the court he signed the peace agreement because he felt pity for the accused The Herald Sun reported I am Balinese I feel pity for him so when he asked for forgiveness I’d accepted [Music] however the case should proceed to punishment I want foreigners to know that this is the law in Indonesia [Music] I also want locals to open their eyes than if they find this kind of case they should make a report to police he said the victim also recognized Saudi was suffering in jail where he has been detained since his arrest defense law I read mundus Joaquim and Rollins said [Music] mr. and Drouin said the victim had a big heart and accepted the incident was an accident in his testimony mr. Rana said he was pushed to a table and punched by Saudi dot a medical report showed the victims lips had been injured prosecutor Julius Anthony told the court