Indian family steals from Bali hotel, gets busted; video turns viral

It was only few days before that the businessman Harsh Goenka had slammed a Swiss hotel for being racial towards the Indian guests. Now, a video of an Indian family caught by staff for stealing from a hotel in Bali, Indonesia, has gone viral.

This indeed is a black mark for the Indians who are visiting foreign countries for various purposes.

A 2-minute long video was posted on Twitter and it was uploaded by a user with the Twitter handle @rumilife0612l.

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In the video, we can see the luggage of the India family being scanned by the hotel staff and removing the accessories from their luggage. In his tweet, he quoted, “Why do Indians do this I just can’t understand. One should maintain a certain kind of dignity and class ..What is this,”

The tweet went viral and has received over 90 thousand likes as of now.

As per the video clip, the Indian family was stopped by the hotel staff once they felt that things were being stolen from the hotel room. After scanning their luggage, the hotel staff was able to recover items such as hangers, electronics, decorative and towels.

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After seeing the video, one Twitter user tweeted, “Lakhs are spent on hotel room rental etc & then they pilfer a few items worth a few thousand only. It’s ridiculous & shameful.”

There were indignations on the social media as the majority of the users termed it as a shameful act. At the same time there were also other, who also came into the support of the Indian family.

Recently, businessman Harsh Goenka was also seen criticizing a Swiss hotel for having a special "code of conduct" for the Indian guests. The businessman shared that he really felt angry and shamed at this double standards shown by the Swiss hotel.

Here are some reactions by net users -

by Ricky Tandon | Mon, Jul 29 - 11:31 AM

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