The shrine, which represents the supreme god in Balinese Hinduism, enraged Bali locals who deemed his act as highly offensive and disrespectful to their faith.
In 2016, a woman was pictured performing a downward dog yoga pose in front of a Balinese temple, infuriating Balinese locals.
Australian expat and Bali resident Rachel Bergma told news.come.au: “It is not new to Bali to see girls dressed inappropriately. It has been a problem with Europeans for a while now.
“What is new is the latest fashion that young people wear. The shorts that show actual bum cheek and the crop tops.”
Many countries around the world hold certain laws prohibiting tourists from dressing indecently.
In Abu Dhabi, tourists are advised to wear skirts, pants or trousers that are knee-length or longer, and to refrain from exposing too much skin when they are not at the beach.