Two Malaysian nationals are to face attempted murder charges in Solomon Islands following an incident in Honiara on Saturday.
The pair allegedly attacked a local man causing serious head injuries.
Honiara police transported the victim to hospital for medical attention, but while at the scene discovered two tasers and a long knife in one of the Malaysian's vehicles.
Drug paraphernalia was also found, and the men were arrested.
The 24 and 44-year-old Malaysian nationals appeared in court on 26 August where they surrendered their passports and posted a bail of US$243.00 (SB$2,000) each.
Both will reappear in court in the next 14 days.