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Blonde Bali bogan comes under fire for wearing an OUTRAGEOUS bikini inside a supermarket

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A tourist has copped heavy criticism for wearing a barely-there bikini while shopping at a supermarket in Bali.

A horrified Australian traveller snapped the picture in the aisle of a convenience store aisle on the Indonesian party island.

‘I’m amazed that Pepito Umalas, a family residential area allowed this shopper into the store? And that this person thinks its acceptable!’ the woman wrote. 

A horrified Australian traveller took the picture in a convenience store aisle in Bali (above)

A horrified Australian traveller took the picture in a convenience store aisle in Bali (above)

A horrified Australian traveller took the picture in a convenience store aisle in Bali (above) 

‘Shame on both of you! Ps the front parts were even smaller than the back.’

The photograph comes as Indonesia considers cracking down on bad behaviour in Bali. 

In August, Bali’s Governor Wayan Koster said he was so sick of tourists causing havoc on the island, he threatened to have misbehaving guests deported. 

‘In the future, if there are tourists behaving like that we should just send them home. We will give them this warning,’ he said.

Hundreds of social media users slammed the tourist for ‘disrespecting’ Balinese culture. 

 ‘I don’t care what your body looks like there is a place for swim ware that’s at the beach or by the pool only,’ one woman commented. 

Hundreds of social media users sounded off, slamming the tourist for 'disrespecting' Balinese culture

Hundreds of social media users sounded off, slamming the tourist for 'disrespecting' Balinese culture

Hundreds of social media users sounded off, slamming the tourist for ‘disrespecting’ Balinese culture

‘So inconsiderate of local culture,’ said another.

‘No respect… you wouldn’t get away with it in your own country,’ read another comment. 

But a number of people slammed the ‘creepy’ woman for ‘shaming’ the bikini-clad tourist.  

‘Shame on you for shaming others. Not your business (literally). If business owner would not allow her in the shop that is her or his decision… Get a life, really…,’ one man wrote.

‘She may not even realise this is disrespectful. Maybe next time you see something like this let them know instead of posting their photo online without their permission?’ read another comment.

But a number of people slammed the 'creepy' woman for 'shaming' the bikini-clad tourist

But a number of people slammed the 'creepy' woman for 'shaming' the bikini-clad tourist

But a number of people slammed the ‘creepy’ woman for ‘shaming’ the bikini-clad tourist

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Boeing 737 is forced to divert when one engine shuts down

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A Boeing 737 heading to Canada from Cuba declared a mid-air emergency and was forced to divert when one of the engines shut down. 

Air Transat flight TS691 from Santa Clara to Toronto diverted to Orlando. It is believed to have landed safely.

Air Transat is the third-largest Canadian airline, based in Montreal, Quebec.

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A Boeing 737 heading to Canada from Cuba declared a mid-air emergency and was forced to divert when one of the engines shut down

A Boeing 737 heading to Canada from Cuba declared a mid-air emergency and was forced to divert when one of the engines shut down

A Boeing 737 heading to Canada from Cuba declared a mid-air emergency and was forced to divert when one of the engines shut down

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Teenage girl gives birth to her 37-year-old rapist’s baby

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Quaser Abas, 37, raped and impregnated a teenage girl

Quaser Abas, 37, raped and impregnated a teenage girl

Quaser Abas, 37, raped and impregnated a teenage girl

A teenage girl from Hull was forced to give birth to her rapist’s baby.

The shocking truth only emerged once the baby was born and a DNA test was taken, revealing the child’s father was Quaser Abas, 37.

He was found guilty of rape after a five-day trial at Hull Crown Court and has now been jailed for 12 years. 

The girl, who the court heard was abused over a short period of time, went for a routine hospital check and discovered she was 23 weeks pregnant.

After giving birth, a DNA test was taken which revealed the baby’s father was Abas – who claimed during the trial the test was ‘contaminated’.

He also claimed the testimonies given by the girl and her mother during police interviews were ‘fabricated and concocted.’

Prosecuting, Mark McKone read out a victim statement from the girl, who said Abas has ‘destroyed her life’. 

She said: ‘I didn’t want a baby at this age, I didn’t want it to happen the way it did.

‘I was scared to tell my mum.

‘When I found out I was pregnant I was shocked and scared to tell anyone and was scared about what they might say and think. I didn’t want the baby but now it is here I wouldn’t change it for the world.

‘I get upset having to think about it.’

The girl said she is glad she spoke out so Abas could not do the same to anyone else. 

Mr McKone also read out a statement from the girl’s mother, who said she was scared that she would resent the baby.

She said: ‘I can’t speak to her about it or speak about what happened. I thought she was safe.

‘I can never get over it and need to ask why he did it.

‘It would have been hard enough for her to have a child, never mind at this age. He has taken her childhood away from her. She has had to grow up so fast.

Abas was found guilty of rape after a five-day trial at Hull Crown Court and has been jailed for 12 years

Abas was found guilty of rape after a five-day trial at Hull Crown Court and has been jailed for 12 years

Abas was found guilty of rape after a five-day trial at Hull Crown Court and has been jailed for 12 years

‘I was there during the birth and it was so horrible watching her go through that, knowing I couldn’t do anything. He’s destroyed our family.

‘One day we will have to tell the child what happened. I try not to think about it because when I do I feel like I’m going to cry and I love my grandchild now it’s here but I can’t think about it because I would resent it.

‘I didn’t want to be a grandmother in these circumstances.’

The court was told there could still be a chance for Abas to have a relationship with the baby.

Judge David Tremberg told the jury that in the future he could apply for contact, and that would be the decision of the family court rather than the criminal courts.

He said: ‘If there ever comes a time where it wants to know its father, it is not for me to shut that down.

‘There are family procedures that can deal with that issue. It may well be that it [the child] may never see its father but it is not for me or this court to deal with it.’

The court was told by Matthew Burden, acting on behalf of the defence, that Abas was of ‘previous good character.’

Sentencing him to 12 years imprisonment, Judge Tremberg said Abas claimed the crimes were ‘fabricated and concocted’ by the girl and her mother.

He said: ‘You took the opportunity to rape her, having full, unprotected sexual intercourse. She told you “no” but you pressed on and she simply submitted.

‘In her police interview she said she had “no words” and was “so scared”.

‘This immature, inexperienced girl did nothing to show sexual interest in you but you took the opportunity to use her to vent your sexual energy.’

The court heard the girl did not report Abas at the time but soon faced a ‘different dilemma.’

Judge Tremberg: ‘Matters came to light because when a visit to hospital and a routine test was carried out it turned out she was 23 weeks pregnant.

‘Having had her child, the DNA that you were its father was overwhelming but you continued to protest your innocence instead of showing remorse, running your case that she had somehow fabricated it and the DNA must have been contaminated. You took to the witness box under oath.

‘The harm you caused was serious. She wouldn’t have chosen to have a baby, especially to you, and confronted with the decision of what to do she decided to keep the child and that has changed the path of her life.

‘At some stage, the child will have to be told something of its parentage and there is no easy answer about what will be told or how it will deal with it when it is.

‘It is unlikely they will have anything like a normal relationship with its father after what you have done.’

He said Abas was a ‘serious sex offender’ and said there will be no likelihood that he will ‘ever, ever have the opportunity to be in a similar situation again’.

Abas was will serve half of his sentence in prison and half on licence in the community.

He has been made subject to a restraining order against the victim and handed a sexual harm prevention order for life which means he cannot have any unsupervised contact with female children under the age of 16.

He must also be on the sex offender’s register for life. 

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Border Patrol agent shoots Russian man in Arizona

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The U.S. Border Patrol says an agent shot and wounded a Russian man suspected of crossing the border illegally in Arizona.

The agency said Friday that the man was flown to a Phoenix hospital and is expected to survive.

The Border Patrol says the unidentified agent attempted to arrest the man Thursday just east of the border town Lukeville.

Authorities say a physical altercation followed and the agent shot the man. The agent was not seriously injured.

‘On Thursday, 14 November 2019, a Tucson Sector Border Patrol agent discharged his service-issued firearm in an incident near Lukeville, Arizona,’ Customs and Border Protection said in a statement. 

A section of the border wall is being constructed above along the boundary that separates Sonoyta, Mexico, and Lukeville, Arizona, in this November 4, 2019, file photo. A Border Patrol agent shot a Russian national who illegally crossed near Lukeville on Thursday, officials said

A section of the border wall is being constructed above along the boundary that separates Sonoyta, Mexico, and Lukeville, Arizona, in this November 4, 2019, file photo. A Border Patrol agent shot a Russian national who illegally crossed near Lukeville on Thursday, officials said

A section of the border wall is being constructed above along the boundary that separates Sonoyta, Mexico, and Lukeville, Arizona, in this November 4, 2019, file photo. A Border Patrol agent shot a Russian national who illegally crossed near Lukeville on Thursday, officials said

‘The subject, a citizen of Russia, was transported via helicopter to a Phoenix area hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.

‘As the agent attempted to arrest the subject, a physical altercation ensued, and the agent discharged his firearm, striking the subject.

‘The subject remains in the hospital at this time. The responding Border Patrol agent was not seriously injured in the encounter.’

Russian diplomats told the Sputnik news agency the person who was shot has been identified as Evgeny Gluschenko, 37.

The Russian government told Sputnik that it has sought consular access to him. 

The Federal Bureau of Investigation will investigate the incident, according to CBP. 

The Border Patrol has faced criticism over its use of force in the past, but the number of shootings has fallen over the past few years.

Earlier this month, an agent shot and killed a gunman who opened fire near Sunland Park, New Mexico. 

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