A Queensland male has been condemned to 10 months reconstruction in Bali for drug possession.
Joshua Baker he was found guilty for possession of an bootleg analgesic for personal use.
The 32-year-old was initial arrested in Oct when Bali etiquette officers became questionable of his luggage as it went by airfield security.
After acid his bags, officers found 28 grams of pot churned with tobacco and 37 tablets of an anti-anxiety drug believed to be Diazepam.
Mr Baker tried, unsuccessfully, to have a matter thrown out on a drift of mental health.
In a sentencing, a conduct decider pronounced Mr Baker’s crime had shop-worn a picture of Bali as an general tourism destination.
He combined that “the defendant’s actions protest a Indonesian government’s module to exterminate drugs”.
However, a decider pronounced Mr Baker’s judgment was lessened since he certified a crime and “regretted his actions”, observant he “is still young, he is a drug addict (and) he has psychiatric problems.”
The 32-year-old can’t leave Indonesia and will be treated during a internal rehab facility.
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