Australian cafe owner and British war correspondent facing life in jail in Bali


More arrests have been made over the alleged supply of hashish and ice to the popular Balinese seaside town of Sanur.

An Australian cafe owner, a former British journalist, a member of the military and a police officer are all in custody on suspicion of the offences. 

On Monday Australian Giuseppe Serafino, 48, and former Reuters bureau chief, 54-year-old British man David Fox, covered their face with balaclavas as they were paraded in front of media at Denpasar police station.

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A number of arrests have been made over the alleged supply of hashish and ice to the popular Balinese seaside town of Sanur

A number of arrests have been made over the alleged supply of hashish and ice to the popular Balinese seaside town of Sanur

A retired British journalist David Fox (left) and an Australian man Giuseppe Seratino (right) have been arrested on the holiday island of Bali for allegedly possessing cannabis

A retired British journalist David Fox (left) and an Australian man Giuseppe Seratino (right) have been arrested on the holiday island of Bali for allegedly possessing cannabis

They were paraded in front of the media at Denpasar police station this week

They were paraded in front of the media at…



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