An Australian teenager has been sentenced to two months in detention for buying drugs while on holiday with his family in Bali. Judge Amzer Simanjuntak told the packed Denpasar district court that when taking into account time already served, the 14-year-old would be freed in just over a week and immediately deported. The boy, who cannot be identified because of his age, sat sobbing, his head bowed down, as his father patted him on the back while the judge spoke. Though he could have faced up to 12 years under Indonesia's tough drug laws, the panel of three judges said it decided to be lenient because he admitted to buying 3.6g (0.13oz) of marijuana from a man in front of a supermarket, and repeatedly expressed remorse.