The Australian tradie who fly-kicked a motorcyclist off his bike after slamming down 30 shots of vodka in Bali has been jailed.
Nicholas Carr was on Tuesday sentenced to four months behind bars after his drunken rampage on the Indonesian holiday island in August.
The 26-year-old has no memory of his wild evening, when he was captured on video kicking a moving motorcyclist and jumping on to a moving car.
Nicholas Carr (pictured) has been sentenced to four months in jail after his drunken rampage through Bali in August, where he fly-kicked a motorcyclist off his bike.
The Adelaide apprentice builder pleaded with an Indonesian judge for a lenient sentence in October, saying 'I truly hope that you are able to see the real me as I stand before you today.'
Carr had previously signed a peace agreement with the man who he assaulted, Wayan Wirawan, in October.
Carr paid Mr Wirawan $4,500 to fix his damaged motorcycle, compensate him for time off work and pay for new glasses.
He will remain behind bars until December, having been incarcerated since his arrest in August.
Carr (pictured being arrested) said he had no memory of the incident, and pleaded to an Indonesian judge in October for a lenient sentence.