Australian teenager Jamie Murphy arrested in Bali over drug claim
An Australian teenager could face up to 12 years in jail after being arrested in Bali, Indonesia, on suspicion of possessing a drug.
Jamie Murphy, 18, was detained at the Sky Garden nightclub at Kuta beach about 01:00 local time on Tuesday.
The Perth tourist was being held at Denpasar police station for questioning and blood and urine testing, local authorities said.
Indonesia has some of the world's toughest drug laws.
Mr Murphy, a promising football player, was filmed protesting his detention to nightclub security guards.
"It's not mine, I haven't taken it, what are you doing, it's... read more
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