A court in Indonesia has sentenced a British man to four years in jail for possessing drugs. 40-year-old Paul Beales also faced a further charge of selling them.
But because Beales was not considered the main player in the case, he escaped the death penalty.
Beales was arrested in May this year, along with three other Britons - Lindsay Sandiford, Rachel Dougall and Julian Ponder - after authorities found nearly five kilogrammes of cocaine inside the lining of a suitcase which arrived at Bali's Ngurah Rai airport from Bangkok.
But the court cleared him of those charges.
Exclusive ITV News footage shows British woman Rachel Dougall, held over a £1.6m cocaine haul in Indonesia, being taken to hospital.
Bali's notorious Kerobokan Jail: Built to hold just over 300 inmates, almost 1000 are inside, housed in blocks with ramshackle tin roofs.
A man arrested on suspicion of being part of an international drugs gang tells ITV News one of the other suspects is "going for sympathy."