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Foreigners without face masks punished with push-ups in Bali

By AFP
21 January 2021   |   10:50 am
Dozens of foreigners caught without masks to protect against the coronavirus on the Indonesian resort island of Bali have been subjected to an unusual punishment: push-ups in the street.

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