Convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby has told parole officers that she is yet to begin working and spends her days at the beach.
At her monthly check-in with Denpasar parole board officers, Corby said that she was still living with her brother-in-law, and was yet to find a job, according to a News Limited report.
Parole officers admonished Corby for covering her face with a scarf in the government building when she said that she didn’t want the media photographing her.
“I told her that it is not polite to cover her face like that, especially because she is in the Government office,” said parole officer Ketut Sukiati.
Ms Sukiati said Corby was still living at the home of her brother-in-law, Wayan Widyartha, and was yet to find a job, instead spending her time reading books and visiting the beach.
It is now six months since 37-year-old Corby was released from Kerobokan jail on parole, after serving nine years for drug smuggling.
While she was camera-shy at her parole board appearance, Corby has been photographed clubbing in Kuta, including partying with disgraced NRL player Todd Carney.