12-Year-Old Steals His Mom’s Card And Flies To Bali

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The 12-year-old boy from Australia – who has not been named – took his Mom’s credit card and booked himself a lovely trip to Bali.

Not only that, but the boy managed to spend four days of absolute bliss living a life of luxury in a four-star resort!

So, how did he manage to get away with his plan?

Well, it all sounds pretty straight forward, actually.

This guy really wasn’t messing about…

Having gotten his hands on his poor Mom’s credit card, and before booking his ‘cheap flights to Indonesia’ he did some research to find out which airline would let him travel not just by himself, but without a written and signed letter from his parents.

He managed to find a ‘cheap deal’ to Indonesia and booked the flight on a school day, 9news reported.

The boy then tricked his Grandmother into handing over his passport to him, packed his bags, grabbed his scooter and headed to the airport by train to go on his little adventure.

Once he’d arrived at the airport, he used the self-service checkout and boarded a connecting flight from Sydney to Perth, and then another to Denpasar.

He said he couldn’t believe how easy the whole thing was and was extremely shocked when not one person at Perth International Airport asked him why he was alone.

Speaking to A Current Affair, he said:

They just asked for my student ID and passport to prove that I’m over 12 and that I’m in secondary school.By the time his poor parents had reported him missing when he didn’t show up for school, he was already living it up in the lap of luxury at the four-star All Seasons Hotel, filling his boots with virgin cocktails and soaking up some tropical sunshine – I imagine.

His Mother Emma, a mother-of-two, said:

[I] was shocked, disgusted there is no emotion to explain how we felt when we found he had left for overseas. On the other hand, the boy said:

It was great because I wanted to go on an adventure.

I can just imagine how long he’s been grounded for following his little adventure, and that’s not to mention the actually pretty serious issue of credit card fraud!




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