An Australian man will be released from a Bali prison on Friday after serving five months for drug offences.
Australian Robert McJannett
Perth man Robert Paul McJannett was arrested at Denpasar airport on December 28 with 1.7 grams of marijuana in his luggage.
McJannett, 48, initially claimed he was the victim of a set-up but later admitted the drugs were his.
The Denpasar District Court earlier this month sentenced him to five months' jail, including time already served.
A Kerobokan Prison official on Thursday said McJannett would be released on schedule on Friday.
McJannett, a prominent trade unionist and former political candidate, travelled to Bali for a five-day holiday with his son.
Authorities initially charged him with importing a "group one" narcotic - which carries a maximum penalty of 15 years' jail - but later downgraded the charges.
During his trial, the court heard McJannett had been using drugs for more than 30 years because it relieved stress and helped him sleep.