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An Instagram of the most well known couple from the Czech Republic, has been blasted for their “disgusting” actions, with the holy water in an old temple in Bali, it seems that the spectacle was captured on camera. Even though the tourists have since apologized, claiming that she did not know the site was sacred to many outraged commenters believe otherwise.
On Aug. 9, Sabina Dolezalova, and Zdenek Slouka, placed in a cheeky video on Instagram, where the couple have a combined following of 85,000 users, Yahoo reports.
In the quick clip, which is included in the Beji Temple in the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary in the village of Padangtegal, the couple was in the vicinity of a fountain, while an unnamed third person. Then, Dolezalova and lifted her skirt up and bent over, as Slouka, filled his hand with the holy water of the sacred spout, and beat with his partner, two-times on her back.
Dolezalova’s guild, and the trio started laughing and the camera cut away.
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Although Dolezalova and Slouka have since taken the video down, and gave up their own accounts, according to Yahoo!, the damage had already been done.
Dr. Arya Wedakarna, who is reportedly working as a senator for the Indonesian island, which replaced the married couple’s video to his Instagram following of 172,000, which has led to widespread resistance.
The spread of the video on Aug. 10, Wedakarna accused the pair of “bullying” Beji Temple, a post that has since been liked nearly 6,000 times.
An external shot of a temple on the beratan lake in Bali, indonesia.
Dolezalova, and Slouka, meanwhile, was quick to apologise for the stunt and share the video, which Wedakarna also be posted on a Saturday.
“We are so sorry about the video yesterday, we have dishonored the holy temple and the holy water in the Urine, and we didn’t know it,” Slouka started. “So, we are so sorry to what has happened to them.”
“We had no idea [about it] in the holy water, the holy temple, and we really don’t want to do what is wrong, and we are truly sorry, and we hope that you will forgive us,” Dolezalova added to it. “Right now, we’re just trying to do whatever we can to solve the problem.”
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On the basis of their own individual Instagram profiles, wife in a bikini fitness competitor, and while the man has been an online coach for diet and training.
In spite of the couple’s alleged intentions, they are still going to be blasted for their “disgusting” and “offensive” behavior in the Beji Temple.
“As a tourist, you should have learned about the culture, the religion, and what you can do, or what you will not be able to do it, before you came to the place that you want to visit,” one Instagram commenter said it’s “stupid” actions.
“It’s not funny, it’s a shame that this woman has no grace,” is that of an echo. “I’m really sorry to anyone and everyone on the island of Bali, we are tourists from the us [the Czech republic] are not all the same.”
“Come on, come on, don’t be stupid to say that you don’t have [any] idea,” another wrote. “Just look at you [now] have to do, if that’s you, I’m sorry, but if you did, you laughed at our temple. Just use your brain.”
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Dolezalova, reportedly made a donation to the village after the incident to express her regret.
“As a voluntary contribution, it has been suggested that the local village. What is the amount of Sabina and her friends, it’s up to them, and it is purely voluntary,” Daniel Šimkovič, the wife of the manager, he told local media, according to Yahoo.
The temples in the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary of Ubud, dating back to the 14th century and, according to its official website. It is the Beji Temple is famous for its cleansing powers of spiritual and physical cleansing.