Australian military were on Tuesday questioning how a 12-year-old child managed to fly alone to a Indonesian island of Bali and spend 4 days during a review regulating his parents’ credit card.
The child ran divided from his Sydney home after a quarrel with his mother, drifting initial to a Western Australian city of Perth on bill airline Jetstar and afterwards on to Bali, according to blurb broadcaster Channel Nine.
“He only doesn’t like a word ‘no’, and that’s what we got, a child in Indonesia,” his mother, Emma, told Channel Nine in a programme that aired late Monday.
“It’s too easy, it’s approach too easy. There’s a problem in a system,” she said, job for tighter controls on atmosphere transport by immature people.
The family had formerly visited Bali on holiday and Emma pronounced her son had already attempted to book flights there on his possess though had been knocked behind by airlines since he did not have a minute from her.
“We screamed, we begged for assistance (from Australian authorities) for weeks on end,” Emma added.
“When a initial try to Indonesia took place, we were told his pass was going to be flagged.”