Tourist deported and blacklisted after video of sex act in garden went viral

A tourist has been deported and blacklisted from ever returning after a viral sex act video in a strangers garden was shared online.

The unnamed Italian tourist was thrown out of Bali, Indonesia, and ordered never to come back after security footage appeared to catch them in the act. The 35-year-old, who had been granted a Visa on September 4, was booted out the country before its October 3 expiry date.

Bali immigration has since identified the man, known only as LS, as a 35-year-old tourist who committed an "immoral act" on a woman. He was kicked from the country "based on a letter of recommendation from the police".

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Head of the Ngurah Rai Immigration Office, Sugito, confirmed the man had been deported and was subject to a place on the "deterrence list". It means the 35-year-old cannot return to Bali.

The man's flights home would see him travel from Denpasar to Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, then another flight to Doha in Qatar, before a third and final trip to Rome, Italy. LS' name will be on the "blacklist" for six months.

A press release read: "The person concerned will be subject to Immigration Administrative Action (TAK) in the form of deportation and the person’s name will be included in the deterrence list." The tourist had been staying in a Kuta-based hotel.

During the night of the incident, it is alleged he was under the influence of alcohol, meeting a woman on September 9 at a nightclub, who was pictured also in the CCTV footage. The pair then agreed to find a hotel before their sex act was caught on CCTV, reported.

One local living nearby found the pair in the act, with their dog continually barking at the couple who were recorded by cameras in the area. Ayu Purwita said: "It turned out that when we checked the CCTV, they were having sex."

More than 200 people were deported from Bali in the first eight months of the year, an increase on last year which saw 188 tourists booted from the country. The do's and don'ts of the country appear rather strict.

A campaign was launched by the country earlier this year to provide pamphlets on the rules travellers and tourists are to abide by. Bali Governor Wayan Koster claimed the aim was to restore "quality and dignity" to Bali.

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