A Pakistani refugee on Papua New Guinea's Manus Island has been arrested and charged with forgery.
Loop PNG reports Naieeb Khan and a local man, employed as a refugee case worker, were arrested after complaints to the PNG Immigration Authority.
It is alleged the men made false travel documents with a counterfeit stamp to allow Mr Khan to travel from Manus to Port Moresby.
He was arrested on 24 October at Momote Airport before he could board a flight to the capital.
Both men were released on bail and were awaiting a court appearance when Mr Khan attempted suicide on 4 November.
He was found by other refugees at the West lorengau transit centre and rushed to Lorengau hospital.
It is reported Mr Khan is in stable condition and a new date will be set for him to appear in court.