The passport was bitten by a dog. The couples honeymoon flew to Bali Island and was repatriated for 7 hours.

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 The passport was bitten by a dog. The couples honeymoon flew to Bali Island and was repatriated for 7 hours.


A British couple spent thousands of pounds flying to Bali for their honeymoon, but they were refused entry after a 16-hour flight because their passport was broken.

Indonesian airport officials ordered Daniel and Tia Farthing to board the next flight home after finding the damaged documents unacceptable, although British authorities have clarified everything to them.

It is reported that Daniels passport was bitten by their naughty pet dog Milo four years ago, when he was still a puppy, naughtily pulled out of the mailbox one day and bit off a corner of his passport.

Daniel, 25, said they had no problems traveling in Europe with their passports and that he and his new wife had passed through Singapore comfortably. The staff of the British Border forces assured us that there would be no problem. When they were refused repatriation, Daniel was detained in Singapore for seven hours and in a room with another 30 people, feeling like a criminal. In an interview, he said, I shivered and vomited. It was a terrible experience. Source: Beiqing net editor: Shi Jianlei _NBJ11331

Daniel, 25, said they had no problems traveling in Europe with their passports and that he and his new wife had passed through Singapore comfortably.

The staff of the British Border forces assured us that there would be no problem.

When they were refused repatriation, Daniel was detained in Singapore for seven hours and in a room with another 30 people, feeling like a criminal.

In an interview, he said, I shivered and vomited. It was a terrible experience.