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Sohaila Ahmed, Staff Reporter
A 40-year-old Asian cleaner was arrested and prosecuted by the Dubai Public Prosecution for stealing $700 from a hotel guest in Dubai.
During investigation, the victim testified that he was at the hotel room when the defendant arrived for room service.
The victim let him inside and headed to the washroom.
While in the washroom, the defendant heard noises of papers being moved around.
He came out of the washroom and directly asked the defendant if he had opened his wallet.
The defendant vehemently denied the accusations, but the victim did't believed him and checked defendant's pockets.
During the checking victim found $100 hidden inside defendant's pocket
On being caught, the defendant started apologising and requested the victim not to report the incident to police or hotel management.
The defendant finally succeeded in convincing the victim to let him go without reporting the incident to anyone.
On the same day, when the victim opened his wallet he found that an amount of $700 was missing and it is then that he finally decided to file a police report against the defendant.
A 45-year-old Asian maid was apprehended and prosecuted for stealing cash and jewellery worth Dhs20,000 from her employer's house in Dubai.
The incident dates back to November last year, when an Asian man filed a police report against the defendant claiming he was assaulted and robbed after withdrawing Dhs2,500 from an ATM machine in one of Dubai’s hypermarkets.
A 33-year-old Asian maid was booked and prosecuted by Dubai Courts for robbing her employer of Dhs5,000 and other personal belongings inside a Dubai villa.
In January last year the victim filed a robbery report and testified that after withdrawing money from a bank, he was followed by a gang who attacked and robbed him.
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