The lawyer for a New Zealander arrested on drugs charges in Bali says his client has been exploited by a highly organised criminal group.
Antony de Malmanche was arrested last month with police alleging he had been trying to bring nearly two kilograms of methamphetamine into Indonesia - an offence punishable by death.
His lawyer, Craig Tuck, said he was being held in a cell with 27 other prisoners with very little food and amenities.
He said Mr de Malmanche was locked in his cell 24 hours a day with no mattress or pillow and has not had sleep for days.
Mr Tuck said he had met with investigators and it appeared Mr de Malmanche was not a drug trafficker.