Prosecutors in Bali are seeking a life sentence for a teacher from Malang, East Java, accused of attempting to smuggle 3.8 kilograms of methamphetamine into the resort island. Sukada, the lead prosecutor, told the Denpasar District Court that the alleged crime by Theresia Avilla Yanti Siwi, 39, was particularly serious because she was an educator and as such was supposed to set a good example. Theresia was arrested on Oct. 11 last year after arriving in Bali on board a flight from Kenya. Authorities found the drugs, with an estimated street value of Rp 9.3 billion ($1 million), stashed in a hidden compartment inside the English teacher’s luggage. Another woman and a man believed to have set up the smuggling attempt are also standing trial at the same court.