Wednesday 6 July 2022 04:00 AM Aussie details horrors of Bali after she's stabbed and robbed on the back of a ... trends now

Wednesday 6 July 2022 04:00 AM Aussie details horrors of Bali after she's stabbed and robbed on the back of a ... trends now
Wednesday 6 July 2022 04:00 AM Aussie details horrors of Bali after she's stabbed and robbed on the back of a ... trends now

Wednesday 6 July 2022 04:00 AM Aussie details horrors of Bali after she's stabbed and robbed on the back of a ... trends now

An Aussie has offered a word of warning to other tourists after she was stabbed and robbed by a man on a motorbike in Bali. 

Eliza Whitford, a physio student and pilates instructor from Melbourne, took to TikTok to share her experience in Bali. 

The 23-year-old detailed the horror week, claiming she was not only nursing a stabbing wound but had also been bitten on the eye by a mosquito.

Ms Whitford said she briefly spotted the man on the back of the motorbike before he pulled out a knife, stabbing her and stealing her bag, wallet and all of her cash.

She later said that she had 'no idea' about the common attack. 

In the video, she showed the scar and bandages on her thigh after the stabbing.  

Responding to a comment on TikTok, she explained: 'Insane! Pretty much was just on the scooter with my boyfriend and he came right up next to us on a bike and cut my bag off/leg in the process.'

Eliza Whitford, a physio student and pilates instructor, took to TikTok to share her experience in Bali

Eliza Whitford, a physio student and pilates instructor, took to TikTok to share her experience in Bali

Ms Whitford is not the first Aussie to fall victim to the common and horrifying attack in Bali. 

Tourists have complained of motorbike thefts in the tourist destination for several years. 

Tourists using their phone on mopeds or scooters are usually the ones targeted in Bali.

In the common scam, a local on a moped rides up to the tourist and snatches the phone out of their hand before speeding off. 

Several tourists, from Aussies to Brits, have reported falling victim to the common attack. 

Ms Whitford, later said that she had 'no idea' about the common attack - which several Aussies have fallen victim to

Ms Whitford, later said that she had 'no idea' about the common attack - which several Aussies have fallen victim to 

Responding to a comment on TikTok, she explained: 'Insane! Pretty much was just on the scooter with my boyfriend and he came right up next to us on a bike and cut my bag off/leg in the process'

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