By Claire Ewan, Australian Bureau of StatisticsSource: The Australian Financial Review, 8 February 2018, 13:37:25Updated: 02:00:54This is one of the saddest things I’ve seen in a while.

The backpacker, who asked to remain anonymous, was detained at the airport in Peru on Friday.

He is facing life in jail after allegedly stealing a hotel room from a hotel in Lima, Peru, which was worth more than $2,500.

The incident happened during the day, when people were walking through the streets of Lima and other cities in Peru.

In the early morning hours, the backpacker was stopped by police and detained for two hours.

The backpacker told the police that he had gone to the hotel to buy food.

He said that he would go back to the airport and retrieve his hotel room.

He said the police did not take any action and left him alone in the hotel room for almost two hours, according to the police report.

He was later taken to a hotel and taken back to his hotel.

The backpackers identity was never reported.

He said that the police told him that he was being detained and that he could not speak to the media.

When he was released, he was charged with theft, kidnapping and violation of a court order.

According to Peru’s National Police, the police were investigating an incident that took place at the hotel.

A police spokesman told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation that the investigation was ongoing.

Lima has a population of about 15 million people and is home to more than 150,000 foreign nationals.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.