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Man surprises cheating wife in Dubai, lover jumps out of 2nd-floor window

Man surprises cheating wife in Dubai, lover jumps out of 2nd-floor window

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His wife had recently asked for a divorce. A 27-year-old man took a break from work to double-check whether his wife was indeed at home as she claimed to him on WhatsApp. However, he ended up surprising her and his friend while they had sex in his flat, prompting his friend to jump off the window (second floor) and break his legs. The Court of Misdemeanors heard the incident that took place on January 19 and was reported to Al Rashidiya police station. According to court documents, the husband and his friend, both Syrians, stay in the same building in the International City. The husband, who works as a cook, told the investigators that he had grown suspicious that his wife, aged 21 from Jordan, was not being faithful and cheating on him with his 30-year-old countryman. "He w...
17 arrested in Dubai, Australia, Netherlands drug raids

17 arrested in Dubai, Australia, Netherlands drug raids

UAE
Five men were arrested by Dubai police Police in Dubai, Australia and the Netherlands have arrested 17 people and seized nearly two tonnes of narcotics in raids the Australian Federal Police (AFP) said on Tuesday had broken up two interlinked Middle Eastern crime syndicates. In simultaneous operations, nine men and a woman were arrested in Sydney on Tuesday and five men were arrested in the United Arab Emirates by Dubai police, according to the AFP. Authorities in the Netherlands at the same time arrested two men alleged to have been responsible for arranging the supply of drugs to an Australian-based syndicate, the AFP said. "The people we allege are part of this syndicate are Middle Eastern organised crime figures that are well-known to law enforcement, and for decades ...
How 2 speeding violations can make you ‘wanted’ in Dubai

How 2 speeding violations can make you ‘wanted’ in Dubai

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Dubai traffic department will also take action against owner If accumulated traffic fines exceed Dh6,000, the vehicle of the driver will be listed as 'wanted' and seized, the Dubai traffic department has said. Brigadier Saif Muhair Al Mazrouei, director general department of the traffic at Dubai Police, said that action will also be taken against the motorist. He pointed out that the traffic system gets updated automatically, and puts all such vehicles in the 'wanted' list, before they are confiscated. Speeding at more than 80kmph over the speed limit invites a fine of Dh3,000. Two such violations will result in a Dh6,000 fine and, therefore, trigger the 'wanted' categorization for the car. The security and traffic patrols is well-equipped and armed with modern techniq...
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