Police in Papua have arrested a local worker for making a video opposing Indonesia's claim over Papua and sharing it on social media.
The Jakarta Post, citing Antara news agency, reports the unnamed man was arrested in Mimika last Thursday and faces hate speech charges.
He had reportedly filmed his young son voicing opposition to Indonesian sovereignty over Papua, which it claimed in 1969 in a UN-backed vote widely regarded as a sham.
The boy was not arrested by police.
The man was reportedly a gold and copper miner for PT Freeport Indonesia.