A Toowoomba-born man has been arrested in Bali after he was allegedly found with more than 20 grams of methamphetamine and ecstasy in his luggage.
The man identified as 35-year-old chartered accountant Isaac Emmanuel Roberts was arrested on December 4th and has been detained by police ever since.
He fronted a crowd of reporters yesterday wearing orange prison-issued clothes and a black balaclava.
Mr Roberts Lawyer Deni Sedana told News Corp Australia his client had "fallen ill" and that "he often suffered from depression and was a suicide risk" after he had been taken to hospital "in shock".
He will now be processed by police at Denpasar police station. His case will then be handed over to prosecutors to prepare for trial. It is likely he will soon be transferred to Kerobokan jail.
The self-described qualified accountant faces a maximum of 20 years in prison or the death penalty.