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The Dubai Criminal Court on Wednesday heard the case of a 32-year-old Arab charged with molesting his colleague.
The victim informed the management of the company where she was responsible for the store, and signing the electronic fingerprint device.
She said that, while on her way out of work, the suspect molested her, and that he did that several times during the past months.
The victim added she shouted at him and was about to hit him, but he left the place, noting that one of their colleagues witnessed the incident.
The suspect was investigated by the management of the company that informed the police.
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