We took a 15,544-mile hound trip

Hon­ey­moon­ers fly to Bali for dream hol but they’re turned back as dog chewed pass­port

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“We got mar­ried last year and planned our hon­ey­moon for our first an­niver­sary. We’d booked an ele­phant sa­fari, a villa and pool. It was go­ing to be so spe­cial.”

The cou­ple, who left their two-yearold son Ja­cob at home with fam­ily, passed through Sin­ga­pore with no prob­lems but on land­ing in Bali they were de­nied en­try. They were then put on a flight back to Sin­ga­pore, where Daniel said he was made to feel like a crim­i­nal in a locked room with around 30 oth­ers.

He said: “I was shak­ing and throw­ing up. It was a hor­ren­dous ex­pe­ri­ence.”

Hos­pi­tal re­cep­tion­ist Tia said it was “re­ally scary” be­ing sep­a­rated from Daniel and ran up a £216 phone bill ring­ing rel­a­tives. She added: “When we landed back at Heathrow, an air host­ess looked at the pass­port and said, ‘Is this what all the fuss was about?’”

The cou­ple lost all but £600 of the trip cost. Rel­a­tives started crowd­fund­ing at go­fundme.com/h672q-hon­ey­moon-help.

DOG­HOUSE Tia and Daniel with sheep­ish look­ing Milo

TIGHT COR­NER Puppy’s dam­age

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