The sacred area in Bali has again become the target of irresponsible people. The case of Caucasians posing naked in Kayu Putih near the Babakan Temple, Tabanan, has not yet been completed, but now the commendable action has again shocked the virtual world.
The difference is, this time’s action is not an act of posing naked (naked), but rather an act of doodling or vandalism in a sacred area.
The doodles of irresponsible people took place around the sacred area of the Gubug Lake Tamblingan Temple, Munduk Village, Banjar District, Buleleng Regency, Bali.
One of the scribbles reads “IPS Pass”. Temporary suspicion, the graffiti on the walls of the temple was done by a group of students while celebrating graduation day.
Doodling around the sacred area of the Gubug Lake Tamblingan Temple, Munduk Village, Banjar District, Buleleng Regency Photo: IST
Suddenly, this action immediately went viral on social media Instagram. Not even a little, as a result of this action received comments from netizens. Some have commented satirically to criticism.
They think this should not be done by educated people like students, even to the point of scribbling the sacred area of Gubug Temple on Tamblingan Lake.
“It’s a shame that it took a long time to study, spending parental money but still not educated (sad emoticon),” wrote one netizen with the account @dewi_muliartinii.
There were also netizens who made funny comments insinuating the students who were doing the doodling. “The sweat is dripping down to min (cold sweat is the one that scribbled, min),” wrote the Kacanglentor_ account.
Banjar sub-district head I Made Mardika, SE when contacted by detikBali confirmed the doodles in the temple area.
It was explained, from the results of the inspection, the action was carried out on the wall of the Temple of Gubug Tamblingan.
Mardika also suspects that the doodling was carried out on Thursday, May 5, 2022, during a graduation celebration allegedly carried out by unscrupulous students using pilok paint.
For the time being, it is not clear who the perpetrators of the doodles are. Then when asked about the condition of the graffiti in the area, he said that the graffiti had been cleaned.
“The perpetrator of the scribbles is not clear, sir, at this time Mr. Mekel (Perbekel) Munduk is still looking for information from students and the community around the location,” he said when confirmed by detikBali, Friday (6/5/2022) night.
Made Mardika appealed to students not to overdo it in celebrating graduation and to maintain the good name of both the individual and the school.
“To students who celebrate graduation, so as not to overdo it, keep the good name of yourself, your family and school,” he said.
This article has been published in detikBali.
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