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A 75-year-old man and his two wives have been charged in court over a parking space dispute.
The second wife, aged 25, has been sentenced to jail for threatening to set the car of the first wife, aged 37, on fire.
The man and the first wife were charged with physical assault, verbal abuse and threat.
According to report, the second wife threatened the other wife because of parking space.
The man then went ahead to physically assault and insult the second wife.
The case was reported at Al Qusais police station.
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