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An African man was arrested and referred to criminal court, with other 7 runaway accomplices, for beating and robbing a man of Dhs40,000 in Dubai.
The victim testified that he was lured through a fake online massage service, and discovered that he was tricked later on.
Once the victim arrived to the apartment, he was surprised to find seven Africans attacking him, tying him up and brutally beating him.
The gang robbed him of Dhs500 in cash, and took his credit to withdraw Dhs40,000.
The arrested defendant was jailed and prosecuted for being involved in similar robberies with the other runaway accomplices.
A six-member African gang was prosecuted by Dubai Courts on kidnapping, assault and robbery charges after they held a man hostage and poured hot water on him to steal his money.
The case dates back to August when an Asian filed a complaint stating that his housemate had been kidnapped and that his captors asked for a ransom of Dhs2,500 to let him go.
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