Aussie brothers accused of Bali glassing

Written By komlim puldel on Sabtu, 20 Desember 2014 | 20.02

Arrested ... Scott O'Hehir at North Kuta Police station. Picture: News Corp Australia Source: Supplied

TWO Australian brothers could face four years jail in Bali for being accused of glassing a local restaurater after urinating in front of him while on a drunken night out.

Tim and Scott O'Hehir of Perth, in Western Australia, are in police custody after they allegedly attacked Wayan Mudipa, who owns the Apa Kabar Restaurant in North Kuta.

When Mudipa saw the two brothers on his property, he said he yelled out: "Hey, what are you f**king doing here?"

Under renovation ... the front of shop in North Kuta. Picture: News Corp Australia Source: Supplied

Mudipa, 35, told News Corp Australia he was working at the busy restaurant on Friday night, when he saw Scott, 32, urinate behind a temple near his eatery and younger brother Tim, 27, urinating inside a nearby shop owned by Mudipa, which is under renovation.

Mudipa alleges Tim then hit him with his hand and grabbed his neck.

Being questioned ... Scott and Tim O'Hehir in North Kuta Police station. Picture: News Corp Australia Source: News Corp Australia

Moments later, Mudipa alleges Scott struck his forehead with a beer bottle causing injuries to the shop owner's hands, face and head.

Police have been told the brothers then allegedly fled the scene of the attack, before local Balinese people caught Tim on the run.

Injured ... Wayan Mudipa in front of the shop in North Kuta. Picture: News Corp Australia Source: Supplied

He was taken to North Kuta Police Station where he was questioned. Scott later turned himself into police.

Police confirmed the pair were under the influence of alcohol on the night of the alleged attack but claim Scott denied hitting Mudipa.

Police evidence ... broken beer bottles at the scene of the alleged attack. Picture: News Corp Australia Source: Supplied

Authorities said Scott confessed he saw Tim hit the victim once with his hand - something police say Tim confirmed.

"It is their confession. But the victim and several witnesses said that they hit the victim by bottle," North Kuta Police Chief Ronny Riantoko Eppang said.

Giving information ... Scott O'Hehir at North Kuta Police station. Picture: News Corp Australia Source: Supplied

When asked what they wanted to say to their family after leaving the interrogation room, Scott said: "Very sorry".

But if Mudipa withdraws his claims against them, police said the pair could be freed.

Waiting ... Scott O'Hehir in Bali. Picture: News Corp Australia Source: Supplied

The brothers were staying at the Echoland villa in North Kuta and were on a three week holiday together.

Their arrest occurred while they were one week into their trip.

Tim now lives in Singapore and works for Raffles Medical Group as a dentist while Scott lives in Perth, working as a director for Checkside, a human resources firm.


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