UK honeymoon couple travelling to Bali have been refused entrance by Denpasar Airport immigration staff because there dog chewed corner of passport
Saturday, 27 October 2018 07:57
27/10/2018, Young couple spent thousands on Bali trip only to be refused entry because pet had tried to eat their passport and the authorities would not accept itA honeymoon couple flew 16 hours to Bali – only to be refused entry for carrying a passport that had been chewed by their dog.
Daniel and Tia Farthing splashed out 5,000 USD on the once-in-a-lifetime trip to the tropical Indonesian island.
They landed back in the UK at the end of a 15,544-mile round trip less than 48 hours after they had left.
And now their four-year-old labrador collie cross Milo – who nibbled a corner of Daniel’s passport as a puppy – is well and truly in the doghouse.Tia, 25, said: “He knows he’s done wrong because he’s been constantly coming to us for cuddles.“My father-in-law put on Facebook: ‘Due to events, dog for sale’. Now it’s hard to see the funny side.”The problem began when Daniel’s new passport came in the post four years ago.“Milo got to it first and chewed it,” said Tia.But chef Daniel used it to travel around Europe without any trouble.He said UK Border Force staff had assured him it would be fine for going to Indonesia as all the key details were intact.