Aussie tourist goes on drunken rampage in Bali

Elias Hubbard
August 14, 2019

Nicholas Carr was detained by 10 people who chased him down the road and bound him with a water hose before he was finally arrested by police, according to a report by local Detik News.

Renae Henry, a correspondent for Australia's Nine Network uploaded a video of drunk Australian man attacking a motorcyclist, jumping at him knee-first as the motorcyclist was riding by Jalan Sunset Road in Bali's Denpasar district.

It's alleged Carr then smashed two shop windows before he broke into a home and assaulted the owner.

The charges carry a maximum of two years and eight months in jail.

Speaking from his jail cell in Kuta, the Aussie bloke told 7News: "We drank vodka in our hotel room before we went out, then drank cocktails and drank more vodka after that".

"I was very drunk and I apologize".

Mr Teuku said that even if the victims accepted compensation from Carr, the legal process would prevail.

He told 7NEWS.com.au he is anxious he will face criminal charges. "I fell down", he said.

Kuta police chief Teuku Ricki Fadlianshah confirmed an investigation is underway, as police wait to question Carr.

As he shouted expletives, the apprentice builder slammed into the bonnet of a moving auto before fly-kicking an unsuspecting local motorbike rider.

"I just want to see my family", he said.

Later in the video, the Australian jumps onto the windscreen of a passing vehicle while shouting profanities, leading two locals who were following him to give chase.

The force of the collision knocked the rider off and left the damaged bike sliding for metres.

South Australian Nicholas Carr in hospital recovering from injuries suffered during a freakish rampage on a busy street in Bali.

According to 7News, the man's violent rampage allegedly included smashing a mini-mart window and a restaurant window, and assaulting a sleeping man in his bed.

Further CCTV footage showed Carr harassing residents in their homes.

In addition to injuring others, Carr himself suffered cuts, bruises and required stitches in his right arm. Later on he went out through the back window, ' Mr Nyoman told Seven News.

He then attempted to jump over a auto, landed on his backside and was tied-up with rope and arrested by police.

Australian Nicholas Carr is treated after his booze-fuelled Bali rampage came to an end.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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