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Russian girls would ring the door bell or knock the door, asking me if i wanted to f*$#@ its only Dhm.100, some girls upon hearing my response “No, sorry” they would ask “please slakti you can pay dhm.50…40…30…so forth and so on…its sad but i was thinking what makes these girls so desperate, are they craving for money so badly or perhaps they really have a bad situation at home or maybe they are forced to do so…i had to wait for another couple of years till i could make my stand in the Dubai society and really find out, whats behind this prostitution racket.

Few later, when i was undercover, working on a theft case and keeping a trace about a certain gang at a Disco.

Radha Stirling, of Detained in Dubai, said the UAE had a long history of failing to deal properly with allegations of rape. have campaigned to change attitudes in the police and judiciary. show that it is still not safe for victims to report these crimes to the police without the risk of suffering a double punishment.'She was bailed after spending days in jail and is now forbidden from leaving the Gulf state.

In posts on social media the woman, who is living with an English family in a 'safe' house, revealed she is 'petrified' and 'fearful'.

In a separate case, a British pair caught kissing in public in Dubai is appealing a month-long jail sentence handed down after an Emirati mother complained her child had seen their indiscretion.

The pair, a British man living in Dubai and a female friend, were arrested in November on accusations of kissing and touching each other intimately in public and consuming alcohol, their lawyer said. In a high-profile case in 2008, a British couple narrowly escaped jail after a court found them guilty of engaging in drunken sexual activity out of wedlock, and for doing so in public on a beach in the emirate.

'Despite individuals and businesses feeling the effects of the downturn throughout 2011, Cavalli Club has seen high-spenders consistently frequent the venue,' David Lescarret, operations manager at Cavalli Dubai told Arabian

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