A former Gloucestershire businesswoman has faced further questioning in Indonesia after being arrested on suspicion of drug smuggling. Lindsay Sandiford was allegedly found to have nearly five kilos of cocaine in her luggage when she arrived in Bali.
Mrs Sandiford, who used to live in Cheltenham, could face the death penalty if found guilty. ITV Correspondent Angus Walker tried to speak to her as she was being led back to cells at police headquarters.
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A Gloucestershire businesswoman faces the death penalty after being arrested on suspicion of drug smuggling. Lindsay Sandiford is accused of taking £1.6 million of cocaine onto the island of Bali in Indonesia. Ken Goodwin's report does contain flash photography.
Peter Janta-Lipinski got to know Lindsay Sandiford through junior rugby at the Cheltenham Tigers. He talks about his shock at learning that the businesswoman has been arrested in Indonesia on drugs charges.
Maria Swift from Cheltenham used to work for Lindsay Sandiford who has been arrested in Indonesia on suspicion of smuggling cocaine. She says she could not imagine the businesswoman getting involved in something like this.
The Foreign Office has commented on the arrest of Lindsay June Sandford. A former Gloucestershire businesswoman who could face the death penalty in Indonesia after drugs were found in her suitcase.
A former Gloucestershire businesswoman could face the death penalty in Indonesia after she was arrested for allegedly attempting to smuggle more than 4kg of cocaine into Bali.
Customs officers named the woman as Lindsay June Sandiford.