Canadians who danced naked on Mount Batur become actors

DENPASAR – The TPI Denpasar Class I Immigration Office has finally summoned and questioned Jeffrey Douglas Craigen, a Caucasian man whose video went viral for dancing naked in Guung Batur, Kintamani, Bangli.

The 34-year-old man from Canada was examined on Monday (25/04/2022). Surprisingly, it turns out that the perpetrators are actors or movie actors and commercials.

The head of the Balinese Ministry of Law and Human Rights, explained Jamaruli Manihuruk, Jeffrey Douglas Craign alias JDC, entered Indonesia for the first time in 2018. Then the second at the end of 2019.

“The intention and purpose of the person concerned to come to Indonesia is to visit several cities such as Malang, Lombok and Bali, to surf and vacation and enjoy the natural beauty of Bali, and to seek treatment alternatives related to osteoporosis,” Jamaruli said on Monday (25/04/2022). ).

According to the examination carried out by Immigration, the man who was born in Vancouver, July 30, 1988, came on a visit visa. The visa is valid until May 24, 2022.

“The person concerned admitted that the viral video he uploaded was of him, which was done around mid-April 2022. He works in Canada as an actor on the Netflix channel, voice in movies d animation and starring in commercial advertisements, as well as psychological healing online,” he explained.

To officers, JDC admitted that he did not know that Mount Batur was a sacred place in Bali. He also admitted that he had no intention of harassing the sacred area.

“The person admitted that he meant no disrespect to Balinese culture, as the motive involved in making the video was solely to express himself by dancing the New Zealand Haka dance,” he said. -he explains.

According to the results of the author’s examination, it was proven that he had committed a violation. In order for him to be subject to an administrative immigration measure in the form of deportation and to be placed on the list of prohibited persons referred to in Article 75, paragraph (1) of Law number 6 of 2011 on immigration. He is currently detained in Denpasar Rudenim.

“We urge the public across Bali Province to proactively monitor and report various types of violations by foreign nationals to authorities so that firm action can be taken. And to all foreigners visiting Bali to always behave in an orderly manner respecting the law and the cultural values ​​of the Balinese people as every violation will be dealt with firmly in order to uphold the honor and authority of the state before the world,” Jamaruli concluded.

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