Schapelle Corby's Passenger Card Message When She Left Bali
One year on, Schapelle Corby has revealed on Instagram the unusual message she wrote on her passenger card from her flight to Australia from Bali after spending almost thirteen years in prison following her conviction for drug smuggling in 2005.
40-year-old Schapelle has shared that her passenger card followed the correct routine, stating her nationality and date of birth.
However, under the 'usual occupation' section, Corby declared her occupation as that of 'human football'
A number of her social media followers have praised the comment as she celebrates one year since returning to Australia.
Earlier this year Corby told Women's Day, 'I just live day by day,'
'I'm just happy to be alive. I'm going to cry … I'm just so happy to be alive.'
Corby also spoke about drugs, claiming 'I'm not an addictive person. I'm not into drugs. When I see comments saying, 'Druggo!' it's upsetting because I don't use drugs. I don't smoke marijuana'.
Corby was arrested in 2005 for smuggling cannabis in her boogie board bag into Indonesia.
I got it. I passed. In QLD if your driver licence has expired over 5 years (as mine was) you need to 1. Do the written test. 2. Book in and Pass your driven test. From 'L' plates straight to Open licence. Ive been home since May 2017, why has it taken me so long to get my licence?... well that'd be because i had a broken leg of course. Leg is healing well & Im so excited to have my independence. Now just need a car. #mercedesbenz 😉