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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.
The sneaky defendant surprised the victim by suddenly asking if she could visit his apartment in the presence of his friends for one night for Dhs250 as one night rent.
The defendant repeatedly said to the father "your son is beautiful”, then grabbed the boy’s hand and carried him. The father politely asked the defendant to let go of the boy as he didn’t like anyone approaching his son, but the defendant didn’t care.
Apparently, the defendant wanted the victim to help him reconcile with a mutual friend that they had but when the victim refused the defendant physically assaulted her
The defendant took advantage of the victim’s need of a job and began to sexually assault her, despite of the victim’s warning to him of maintaining his distance.
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