“Immediately, a criminal investigation team was tasked to probe into the crime and examine the scene in order to identify the perpetrators ASAP,” Col. Al Awadi added.
The Dubai Police General Command also warned the public against seeking services from unlicenced massage centres, which pose serious threats to whoever seeks their services, including falling victim to extortionists.
The competent security teams raided the suspect’s residence, and after searching it, they found a number of boxes containing ads cards for a massage service along with a number of knives of different sizes.
According to media, a woman came to the police post and urged Sinha to release his son from the jail.
The Dubai Criminal Court sentenced an African, 35, to three years in jail and fined him Dhs67,000 on charges of luring an Asian through a fake massage centre on Facebook.
The Dubai Police General Command on Thursday issued a new warning urging the public against seeking services from unlicenced massage centres, which poses serious threats, including extortion and murder.
The Dubai Criminal Court sentenced an Asian masseur to 3 months in jail to be followed by deportation and fined him Dhs58,000 on charges of stealing a wristwatch.
An all-women gang, pretending to manage an online fake massage service lured a man, held him in captivity and robbed him of Dhs25,000 inside a Dubai apartment.
The employee then started to seduce the victim with her provocative moves and outfit to lure him to be sexually involved with her.
Then, they tied his feet and hands, and took his wallet that was containing Dhs12,000 and two bank cards through which they withdrew Dhs13,600 after they forcibly got their PINs. After that, he was gagged and photographed naked with one of the two women.