Tibubeneng Village announces IDR1.5 million reward for vandal ‘bule’ filmed tagging local market’s wall

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In one more episode of foreigners doing the darndest issues in Bali (sigh), a Caucasian man is at the moment needed by Tibubeneng Village officers for vandalizing a wall at a neighborhood market. 

A CCTV clip of the person tagging the wall is circulating on a number of native social media neighborhood accounts. The video exhibits him sporting a black helmet, t-shirt, shorts, in addition to white footwear, spray portray a wall on the Sematsari Market in Tibubeneng, North Kuta.

Certainly one of his doodles learn: SOBER (ironic, we all know).

It goes with out saying that his conduct sparked outrage among the many put up’s commenters – with lots of them calling for his deportation in addition to insisting he ought to repaint the entire wall as a type of punishment. Some commented that he wrote expletive phrases on the wall as effectively.

Tibubeneng Village Head of Neighborhood Welfare Putu Yoga Bawantara confirmed that the village-owned enterprise (BUMDes) is providing a money reward of IDR1.5 million (US$100) for any citizen who manages to find the perpetrator.

“For any citizen who can discover the suspect please report back to the Tibubeneng BUMDes,” Yoga stated, including that that is the fourth case of vandalism in his village and they’re going to quickly file a report back to the North Kuta Police.

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