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WATCH: Australian in Bali “can’t remember” fly kicking scooter and tackling car

Shocking footage of an Australian man behaving badly and causing chaos in Bali has emerged.

Australian man Nicholas Carr has been accused of going on a rampage through the streets of Bali. However, he told 7news.com.au he has little recollection of what happened.

Footage on social media, which was aired by 9news, shows the moment Carr allegedly fly kicked a motorist from a scooter. He then goes on to tackle a moving car.

But this was, reportedly, only the beginning of Carr’s night, with the man allegedly approaching a convenience store where he broke a glass window and stole a phone, broke another window at a restaurant, and then entered the house of local man I Nym Purda, who he assaulted.

Carr then allegedly locked himself in I Nym’s room, leaving the house through the bedroom window.

Carr was reportedly detained by members of the local community, police and security guards outside the Villa Catalina hotel.

Speaking from his jail cell at Kuta police station, Carr told 7news he was “sorry for his foolhardy actions” and wanted to “compensate those injured by what occurred”.

He said he had drunk “a lot” of alcohol before going on his rampage, of which he said he has little recollection, including vodka and cocktails.

“We drank vodka in our hotel room before we went out, then drank cocktails and drank more vodka after that,” he told 7news. 

In May, a group of Australian tourists visiting Bali were condemned for wreaking havoc through Bali. Video of the incident can be viewed here.


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