Stealing from hotels, what not to take

Indian tourists caught stealing from Bali hotel. All sorts of stuff. Here is education on what u can take and what u cant. more  

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Shameful. These people should be taken into task immediately on their return without any excuse. more  
It is utterly disgusting. Gone to hotel, enjoyed their hospitality and facilities, that should be enough of that. No, handful of lusty people want to derive pretty more than that. Steal what ever they get, right from tooth pick. Such a sick mentality. It needs a lot of dressing and de-toxificatiion by sustained campaign and awareness including by hotels shedding their any guilty inhibition. Why in Bali, why not in India as well, to condemn. Poor hotel nice staff make their best efforts to provide everything on earth possible to provide. Really feel grateful to that community. more  
It is NOT only Bad habit But a crime and most of South Asian people/tourists are habitual about - irrespective of any exceptions.

Even the permitted articles &/Or meant only to consume or use the same is also taken away secreatly.

It insults to others as well as the Country which originate the Tourist.

Pl. avoid &/or take the permission even under the pretext that children had done it.

It will save lots of embrasements to others as well more  
Ms Goyal , you have been very bold to put it up in Circles , so that more of us will be aware of what greed can lead to - SHAME & SCANDAL .

There have been mixed reactions from colleagues . When the poor steel some food to quell their Hunger & starvation , they are tied up beaten up . No question . But why the commotion when wealthy ones who can afford a family holiday with children outside India ? Particularly when they have the guts to Revolt even being guilty . And look at the next step, offering graft once found guilty . Immagine what a role model the parents would be for growing teenagers in the group .

It was well thought out by a few hoping the Government would take it up to save our Indian Vaour & honour ; particularly seen in the Border and the Space Science .

I think the India Tourism Department and Passport authority SHOULD HAVE AN ADVISORY to all traveling passengers . The first video showing the complementaries that can be taken and the others that can't be taken will also be useful . more  
Absolutely fantastic and entertaining video on the take and do not take's....loved the video more  
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