By Shive Prema For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 04:41 BST, 1 May 2020 | Updated: 04:41 BST, 1 May 2020
Bali security officers wearing sarongs have been forcing people caught without wearing face masks to do push-ups in the street amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The local security officers, known as Pecalang, have recently started enforcing the push-up punishment in the traditional village of Intaran in Sanur, east of Denpasar city.
A photo from Denpasar Now shows one man doing push-ups on the middle of the road surrounded by Pecalang officers and their car.
The local publication explained that push-ups are designed to have a 'deterrent effect' on those trying to enter the Sanur traditional village area without a mask.
A man one does push-ups on the middle of the road surrounded by Pecalang security officers in the traditional village of Intaran in Sanur, 13 minutes east of Denpasar city on Wednesday. The traditional officers have been using push-ups to have a 'deterrent effect'
Another man riding a moped was stopped by Pecalang and made to 10 push-ups on the street in one video from Tuesday.
The security officers then