Antiguan Content Creator Denied Entry into Bali Despite Spending $6,000 on Ticket

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Content Creator Denied Entry into Bali Despite Spending $6,000 on Ticket

Bali, Indonesia – In a shocking turn of events, popular content creator SkiesTV, also known as Joshua, recently shared a disheartening experience of being denied entry into Bali despite spending a considerable sum of $6,000 on his ticket. CLICK HERE TO JOIN OUR WHATS APP GROUP

The ordeal began when Joshua, armed with an Antiguan and Barbudan passport, attempted to obtain a Bali Visa to enter the Indonesian paradise.

Due to the smaller size of Antigua, obtaining a Bali Visa proved to be a unique challenge, as the island’s authorities question residents leaving for larger countries.

Undeterred, Joshua diligently applied for the visa online. However, the process took an unexpected turn when he discovered that physical presence was required to secure the Bali Visa.

To navigate this, he received an email from the Bali Embassy instructing him to show customs agents that he had an appointment with the embassy.

Upon arriving at the Bali customs, Joshua presented all the necessary documents to the customs agent, only to face unwarranted scrutiny. The customs agent’s manager, after a brief examination, directed Joshua to sit in a corner while they conducted checks.

The situation escalated when Joshua attempted to explain his predicament.

The manager reportedly dismissed him, instructing him to stay silent and not to talk. Despite having the documentation to support his claims, Joshua was informed that he would be sent back to his last stop.

Expressing his frustration, Joshua revealed that the customs agents seemed to mock him while discussing his case in a corner, laughing under their breaths.

The content creator, who had traveled alone while his family continued ahead due to ticketing complications, was left in disbelief at the treatment he received after investing a significant amount in his journey.

Reflecting on the incident, Joshua expressed disappointment at the lack of communication between the customs officials and the Bali Embassy.

He questioned why they didn’t make a simple call to verify his information, considering the substantial investment he had made in his trip.

As Joshua heads back to Malaysia, en route to Tokyo and eventually Antigua, his followers are left wondering about the potential impact of this incident on his future travel plans and the broader issue of profiling and communication breakdowns at international borders.

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