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Canadian Organising Bali Orgasm Class Deported

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Canadian Organising Bali Orgasm Class Deported

Canadian citizen Christopher Kyle Martin, the organiser of the controversial orgasm class that was due to be held in Bali, has been arrested by immigration and deported.

“While in Indonesia, Christopher Kyle Martin used a visit stay permit. It can be concluded that Christopher Kyle Martin, while in Indonesia, particularly Bali, did not respect Balinese customs and culture,” said the Head of the Regional Office of the Law and Human Rights Ministry in Bali, Jamaruli Manihuruk.

Jamaruli quoted Law 6/2016 on immigration, article 75 letter A, which states that immigration officials have the authority to take action against foreigners in Indonesia who carry out dangerous activities and are reasonably suspected of endangering security and public order, or are disobeying or not respecting statutory regulations.

“The person concerned will be subject to immigration administration action, namely being deported back to his country, and his name is put on the list of deterrence,” said Jamaruli.

Christopher Kyle Martin was immediately deported on Sunday 9th May.

“The deportation of Christopher Kyle Martin was carried out today at 3:20pm local time, he will be arriving at Soekarno Hatta at 4:50pm. He will continue to travel from Jakarta to Doha and finally to Canada using Qatar Airways,” explained Jamaruli.

Previously, his “Tantric Full Body Orgasm” class was priced at €20 and was due to be held on Saturday 8th May, 10am-6pm Central Indonesia Time (WITA). The class was offered on Instagram through @intimacyunleashed and several other websites. However, those websites and social media account are no longer accessible. photo courtesy

Also Read Orgasm Retreat Organisers in Bali Not Charged

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