However, Honolulu border’s control workers were extremely suspicious about her intentions for coming to the country. They attentively searched her luggage had found her diary and interrogating her six hours and considered that she was trying to emigrate to the US illegally on a long-term basis. “My diary had notes like ‘going away drinks’ and ‘last day at work’, things I got in order before expecting to be away for three months,” she wrote on Facebook. She was handcuffed and kept in a detention centre overnight, in fact in a federal prison. Molly was released the following day and forced to pay $620 AU (over £350) for a flight back to Sydney. She came back home but can’t yet understand why this happened in a pretended free world.