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Two Asian men, a driver and a Dubai visitor, were jailed for brutally assaulting a man after he refused to keep a bag of liquor in his possession.
Official records indicate that the victim was near Al Shandagha Area when he met the first defendant, who handed him a bag of liquor bottles.
When the victim learned about the bag’s content, he refused to take it, but the defendant insisted and claimed that he is wanted by police for illegal selling of alcohol.
The victim maintained his refusal and threatened the defendant to call the police.
The defendant got angry and waited for the second defendant to arrive with four other runaway accomplices, and suddenly began to brutally beat the victim causing a permanent disability to him.
An Asian worker was sentenced by Dubai Courts to two years in jail followed by deportation for brutally assaulting a man and causing permanent disability to him with the help of runaway accomplices.
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Two Asian men, 25 years old and 31 years old, were arrested and referred to criminal court, for brutally beating a man and leaving him with a permanent disability.
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