12-year-old Australian boy Drew decided to fly to Bali alone after getting into an argument with his parents.
The boy stole his parents’ credit card, booked himself a flight and hotel room, and scootered to the airport.
His “shocked” and “disgusted” mother flew to Indonesia to collect him, though he doesn’t seem to have any regrets
One 12-year-old Australian kid ran away from home in a manner our collective prepubescent selves would’ve deemed legendary: He stole his parents’ credit card, jumped on his Razor scooter, and jetted away to Bali for a solo vacation.
The boy, who was given the pseudonym ‘Drew’ by Australian TV news show “A Current Affair,” decided to flee the country after getting into an argument with his parents. According to The Guardian, Drew researched “an airline that allowed 12-year-olds to fly unaccompanied” and used his parents’ credit card to book himself a flight and a hotel room. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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