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Chilling last post of Aussie tourist, 28, before he was repeatedly stabbed in Bali nightclub row over his girlfriend – as police claim they know who started the wild brawl


An Australian FIFO worker who was stabbed repeatedly while on holiday in Bali shared a chilling Instagram post right before the attack – as it can be revealed how police believe the fight started. 

Peter Noel Sidney Nye, 28, and his friend Izaeah Wilson, both from Queensland, claim they were assaulted outside a mini mart in Kuta early on Friday morning.

Mr Nye suffered serious injuries to his head, face and arms, and told medical staff he had been stabbed after he turned up to hospital alone at about 9am on Friday.

Just hours earlier, he shared an Instagram post with the caption: ‘Never been a victim, never been a target.’

Peter Noel Sidney Nye (pictured), 28, and his friend Izaeah Wilson, both from Queensland , claim they were assaulted outside a mini mart in Kuta early on Friday morning

Peter Noel Sidney Nye (pictured), 28, and his friend Izaeah Wilson, both from Queensland , claim they were assaulted outside a mini mart in Kuta early on Friday morning

The two Australian men suffering deep lacerations to their heads, neck, chest and arms in the incident (pictured)

The two Australian men suffering deep lacerations to their heads, neck, chest and arms in the incident (pictured)

He also shared a photo of him and Mr Wilson shirtless at Bali Airport with their partners, saying they’d missed their flight home. 

A Bali police source told Daily Mail Australia that Mr Nye and Mr Wilson had been at Shi-Shi Night Club in Seminyak in Bali’s south with Mr Nye’s girlfriend Scarlett Carruthers.

The source said a man from the Ivory Coast allegedly harassed Ms Carruthers before the three of them left the night club. 

Mr Nye and Mr Wilson then dropped off Ms Carruthers at their villa before going out to buy beer from a shop in the North Kuta district.

There they bumped into the same individual who had allegedly harassed Ms Carruthers, along with another man.

The fight broke out after one allegedly shouted ‘f*** you’ at the two Australians.

They allegedly battered one another with their bare hands and beer bottles, with the two Australian men suffering deep lacerations to their heads, neck, chest and arms. 

Peter Noel Sidney Nye, 28, (left) shared a chilling Instagram post just hours before he claims he was repeatedly stabbed outside a supermarket in Bali

Peter Noel Sidney Nye, 28, (left) shared a chilling Instagram post just hours before he claims he was repeatedly stabbed outside a supermarket in Bali

Following the attack, Mr Nye posted a photo of his hospital medical report that said he was admitted on Friday and discharged on Saturday.

The report said he’d been injured at about 6am on Friday and told medical staff he was ‘in a quarrel and assaulted by some strangers’.

‘As per the patient, he was stabbed several times on the head and arms,’ the report stated.

Mr Nye’s girlfriend, Ms Carruthers, said he and Mr Wilson were both attacked by a group of men outside the supermarket.

On a GoFundMe page set up to raise money for their skyrocketing medical bills, Ms Carruthers claimed they had been trying to get an ‘early night ready for our flight home the next day’ – which appears to contradict the police version of events. 

Mr Nye (pictured) and his friend Izaeah Wilson, both from Queensland, were assaulted outside a mini mart in Kuta early on Friday morning.

Mr Nye (pictured) and his friend Izaeah Wilson, both from Queensland, were assaulted outside a mini mart in Kuta early on Friday morning.

Mr Nye and Mr Wilson are seen at Bali Airport. They say their missed their flight home just hours before the attack

Mr Nye and Mr Wilson are seen at Bali Airport. They say their missed their flight home just hours before the attack

‘My partner and his friend ended up being stabbed over 20 times in the face, neck, head, eye, chest, both arms and ear,’ Ms Carruthers said. 

She said Mr Nye nearly lost his eyesight and now has to undergo cosmetic surgery, while Mr Wilson suffered extensive blood loss.

Mr Nye is now facing a $50,000 hospital bill, while Mr Wilson’s medical bills are totalling $15,000.

Ms Carruthers admitted they were ‘stupid’ and ‘forgot’ to buy travel insurance, with the hospital telling them they’re unable to complete the surgery unless they pay up front.

She has since launched a GoFundMe to help cover the medical fees, which has so far raised almost $5,500. 

Mr Nye is seen in hospital and has to undergo surgery on his eye

Mr Nye is seen in hospital and has to undergo surgery on his eye 

Mr Nye arrived at hospital alone on Friday morning, telling medical staff he'd been stabbed

Mr Nye arrived at hospital alone on Friday morning, telling medical staff he’d been stabbed 

Photos show the severity of Mr Nye's injuries

Photos show the severity of Mr Nye’s injuries 

Daily Mail Australia is not suggesting wrongdoing on behalf of the men.

The Bali attack is not the first time Mr Nye has been stabbed. He experienced a similar attack in December 2019 that left him with post-traumatic stress disorder.

He also has a lengthy criminal history and pleaded guilty to dangerous operation of a motor vehicle which was treated as a domestic violence offence following an incident with his girlfriend in March, 2020.

Mr Nye was high on cocaine and MDMA when he reversed his ute towards his partner in a terrifying encounter at a shopping centre carpark in Maroochydore.

He was sentenced to 12 months in jail over the incident but was granted immediate parole. He was also disqualified from driving for nine months.

Mr Nye also has drug possession and assault offences on his record. 

A GoFundMe has been set up to raise funds for the two men as they wait to undergo surgery in Bali

A GoFundMe has been set up to raise funds for the two men as they wait to undergo surgery in Bali

Mr Wilson is seen lying in hospital after he was stabbed in Bali

Mr Wilson is seen lying in hospital after he was stabbed in Bali 



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