A British man accused of smuggling hashish into Bali has appeared carrying a masks at a TV press convention.
Zaid Thanoon, a photographer from Sheffield, was put in entrance of cameras with one other man on Wednesday.
He was arrested on 12 July, suspected of carrying three-and-a-half grams of hashish into Indonesia.
A second man who appeared, Victor Ortegarocha, from Chile, was allegedly caught with three grams of hashish the next day.
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Each males appeared earlier than native media on the customs workplace close to Ngurah Rai airport on Bali.
The Overseas Workplace stated it was helping a British man following his arrest in Indonesia.
Bali is an island and province of Indonesia, which has a few of the hardest drug legal guidelines on this planet.
News company AFP stated sentences for smugglers who carry 5 or extra grams embrace the loss of life penalty.
In response to native media reviews, Mr Thanoon admitted being a leisure hashish consumer.
Stories say the 26-year-old was arrested after he arrived from Thailand.
His Instagram web page confirmed he had beforehand been travelling in China, Mongolia and Hong Kong.
A person from the Netherlands was additionally arrested however was not introduced earlier than the cameras.