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Ehab Atta, Staff Reporter
A Gulf employee, 22, damaged the contents of his sister’s house and when his brother-in-law tried to intervene, hit him in the face.
When the police arrived and tried to arrest him, he refused to follow their orders and assaulted a policeman.
The defendant also sought the help of his family after which his mother came and bit the policeman’s hand.
The case, which is being investigated by Dubai Public Prosecution, dated back to September 2019 when the defendant assaulted his brother-in-law, who was trying to calm the defendant down after breaking the contents of his house.
The brother-in-law called the police and when a police patrol arrived, they found the defendant's brother-in-law in his car outside the house with traces of assault on his body.
Two policemen entered the house to arrest the defendant but the latter not only resisted and refused to follow their orders but sought the help of his family to prevent the policemen from arresting him.
Responding to her son’s call for help, the defendant’s mother came and bit the hand of one of the policemen.
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