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What Really Happens In Bali – Hopefully They Will Do A Reenactment Of The Bogan Hijack Story

Channel Seven will be peeved that they did not have a camera crew on the Virgin flight from Brisbane to Bali when the bogan hijack incident occurred. As it would just the type of thing that would fit into their new reality oops ob doc show What Really Happens In Bali. For those who have not read about it Matthew Lockley who was drunk tried to get into the plane cockpit. When the Australian Consul was rung about this guy he must of just rolled his eyes and wonder if he gets paid enough to have to deal with these dickheads. Also he reinforces the mantra be careful what you post on your social media accounts  the photo of him with a blow up doll is really not a good look.

Anyway back to the show which will be coming soon to SEVEN. Here are the details:

Channel Seven today announced the new observational-documentary series, WHAT REALLY
HAPPENS IN BALI – a no-holds-barred look at what really goes down in Australia’s favourite
tourist destination.

Every year, close to one million Aussie holidaymakers and expats pour into the magical island of
Bali seeking sun, fun and sometimes a new life. For many, it’s a place of adventure, opportunity
and non-stop partying, but this island paradise can turn into a living hell.

WHAT REALLY HAPPENS IN BALI gives viewers unprecedented access inside Bali’s busiest
international emergency rooms at BIMC and Sanglah Hospitals so we can see just what happens
when holiday plans go awry. From motorbike and surfing accidents, to methanol poisoning,
drunken falls and fights, STD’s and more, we learn the hidden dangers behind a trip to paradise.

The series also offers a front row seat to the people and experiences that make the island tick –
from schoolies experiencing their first taste of freedom, to Bali Fashion Week-wannabes,
detoxing celebrities, expats with new business ventures and even the self-confessed Aussie
lothario who claims he’s slept with over 100 women in 90 days.

We meet the individuals returning to Bali after the 2002 Bali bombings and venture inside
Kerobokan Prison to see what life is like for the Aussies who came to Bali, but may never leave.

Coming soon to Seven, WHAT REALLY HAPPENS IN BALI is produced by Eyeworks Australia. David Mason is Executive Producer. The series is narrated by Corinne Grant.

Here is the promo for the show.

57 comments

1 Anonymous { 08.25.14 at 2:42 pm }

This blog started with expressing respectful opinions with regards Bali and the television show alas has sunk to rudeness and insults.
I exit stage right >>>>>>

2 brain dead dave { 08.25.14 at 2:46 pm }

Like the rudeness you introduced in comment #26 and now you’re mortified when you got some back. No flies on you, whoever you aren’t.

3 LW { 08.25.14 at 3:02 pm }

Come back, Anonymous! Your sheer hypocrisy and lack of self-awareness were brightening up my day at home sick on the couch.
So much more fun than Dr Phil, but maybe not as good as Judge Judy.

4 Lucy { 08.25.14 at 10:39 pm }

LW & brain dead dave…..I’ve read through all the posts and see nothing offensive or xenophobic from Anonymous, if you read his or her posts in sequence with their references there is nothing rude nor insulting, but indeed questions answered!

5 brain dead dave { 08.26.14 at 11:50 am }

That’s great for you Lucy but even a chimpanzee could see the wheels of tolerance and racial equality falling off for Anonymous at#31. The writing was on the wall at #26.

6 Chimp Zaz { 08.26.14 at 12:20 pm }

Yep I saw it at #26 and #31. Easy! and I follow the tread man….
Now back to my bananas, yum.

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