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After a wide-ranging search, Indonesia police arrested a 21-year-old Bandung man, Ferdian Paleka, on Friday, 08 May 2020, who had dominated Indonesia news for much of the preceding week in connection with his deplorable online behavior as a social influencer.

Video-clips uploaded by Paleka showed him with an accomplice, Tubagus, handing out boxes of bricks and spoiled food to transvestites.

The two men, motivated by a bigoted misunderstanding of Islamic teachings, saw themselves as enforcing religious mores and helping the government control the spread of COVID-19.

Using the cover of the holy month of Ramadan during which charity and gift-giving are encouraged, Ferdian and Tubagus, drove through the streets of Bandung seeking transvestites standing on curbsides. Handing our parcels that present as boxes of food, the men filmed their "pranks," showing the disappointment of their victims at discovering the boxes contained bricks and spoiled food.

Ferdian, a self-proclaimed "Internet sensation" shamelessly intent on increasing his number of subscribers and followers, uploaded the film to the social media channels. The film sparked instant outrage across Indonesia, where the public found his cruel treatment highly offensive - especially when many of his fellow countrymen were suffering economic hardship and engaged in an earnest search for food. Tempo.co reported that Ferdian's home in Kecamatan Baleendah in Bandung was descended upon by an angry crowd unsuccessfully seeking the young man on Sunday, 03 May 2020.

 showed the 21-year-old man clad only in his underwear being physically abused by other prisoners in the police detention cell. That film saw Ferdian forced to perform squats and pushups before being unceremoniously forced to sit in a trash bin that was pushed around the detention area as other prisoners shouted the word

In subsequent videos and his statements to the police, Paleka tried to justify his acts claiming he was simply doing God's work by punishing transvestites in attempting to rid Bandung's streets of sexual minorities. 

Social media postings have explored other explanations for the two men's behavior. While some wildly speculated on the sexual orientation of the two, suggesting the two were sexually repressed and arguably projecting their own self-loathing. But, perhaps closer to the truth, were suggestions Paleka was merely continuing a pattern of outrageous social media posting fashioned to gain a large number of followers that could eventually be monetized via online advertising.

Urged on by sympathetic members of the public, the two victims of Ferdian's "prank" captured on film receiving the boxes of trash, filed a formal criminal complaint that sparked a police investigation leading to the arrest of Ferdian Paleka, who had momentarily fled to Palembang in South Sumatra.

Uncowled by the onslaught of angry criticism under precipitated by a furtive search for fame on the Internet, Ferdian posted another video before his arrest, suggesting he would post an apology on the condition that his total followers on social media surpassed 30,000.

Increasingly aware his actions had aroused intense public anger and had managed to cross numerous boundaries of ethics and good taste, Ferdian erred again when he uploaded another half-hearted apology that aroused more anger. Failing to mention his victims and invoking the name of the Almighty, Ferdian said: "I am sure that the character of Allah is that of the most merciful and that trait also exists in each of you. I apologize to all the people of Indonesia, specifically the government of Bandung and the city of Bandung. I promise not to repeat my error in the future."

Later, after his arrest, the young man's bravado changed to fear when, in handcuffs and wearing an orange jail jumpsuit, a much more remorseful young man began begging forgiveness from the people of Indonesia and even the victims he left traumatized. 

Seemingly unimpressed, police in Bandung have indicated the two men could be charged under Indonesia's Electronic Communication Law (ITE) with crimes punishable by up to 12 years in prison and maximum fines of Rp. 2 billion.

Police are now holding Ferdian Paleka, Tubagus, and Ferdian's uncle identified only as "J" - who was in the car with his nephew at the time of his arrest. 

Post-Arrest Treatment

Following his arrest, several videos have emerged on the Internet showing Ferdian in custody, being mockingly interrogated by police. Another video, also widely available on the Internet, showed the 21-year-old man clad only in his underwear being physically abused by other prisoners in the police detention cell. That film saw Ferdian forced to perform squats and pushups before being unceremoniously forced to sit in a trash bin that was pushed around the detention area as other prisoners shouted the word "trash" at him.

Ferdian's family, human rights, and police watch groups have criticized the treatment of the men while in custody, with ranking officials promising the policemen in charge of the prison will be called to answer for the incident. 

Police have confirmed to Kompas.com that the trio of criminals will be charged under the 2008 Information and Electronic Transaction Law (paragraphs 45 – section 3e, article 36 and 51 – section 2) with crimes bearing a maximum punishment of 12 years in prison and fines of up to Rp. 12 billion.

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