Complainant drops charge after Jamie Harron from Stirling put his hand on him to avoid spilling a drink in a crowded bar A Briton facing three years in jail in Dubai after touching a man’s hip in a bar is hoping he may be home soon after his accuser dropped the complaint against him. Jamie Harron, from Stirling, was arrested for public indecency after putting a hand on the man to avoid spilling a drink as he moved through a crowded bar, campaign group Detained in Dubai (DiD) said. The 27-year-old electrician from Stirling was facing a three-year jail sentence and has lost his job following the incident. But the businessman who made the complaint is understood to have dropped the complaint after realising the punishment Harron was facing.
Briton facing jail in Dubai for touching man's hip hopes to be home soon Complainant drops charge after Jamie Harron from Stirling put his hand on him to avoid spilling a drink in a crowded bar A Briton facing three years in jail in Dubai after touching a man’s hip in a bar is hoping he may be home soon after his accuser dropped the complaint against him. Jamie Harron, from Stirling, was arrested for public indecency after putting a hand on the man to avoid spilling a drink as he moved through a crowded bar, campaign group Detained in Dubai (DiD) said. The 27-year-old electrician from Stirling was facing a three-y
Briton faces jail for touching man in Dubai bar A British man is facing three years in jail in Dubai after touching another man in a bar.
Briton Jamie Harron faces jail for touching man in Dubai bar
Scot facing three years in Dubai jail for ‘touching man’s hip’ A SCOT is facing three years in a Dubai jail after he touched a man’s hip while trying to avoid spilling his drink in a crowded bar.
Briton in Dubai court for touching man in a bar A British man facing three years in jail in Dubai after touching another man in a bar has appeared in court.
Briton appears in court in Dubai for touching man's hip in bar Jamie Harron, from Stirling, who says he put his hand out so he did not ‘bump and spill drinks’, faces three years in jail A Scottish man facing a three-year jail sentence in Dubai after putting his hand on a man in a bar so he did not “bump and spill drinks” has appeared in court. The campaign group Detained in Dubai said Jamie Harron, 27, had expected to be arrested at the hearing on Sunday for failing to appear at a previous court date, which the group claimed was moved without notification.
Briton jailed for drinking in Dubai faces three years for 'touching man's hip Jamie Harron, a 27-year-old electrician from Stirling, is to appeal against 30-day jail sentence for drinking in a bar that was handed down in absentia A British man facing a possible three-year jail sentence in Dubai over claims that he touched a man on the hip in a bar has in the meantime been sentenced to a month in jail for making a rude gesture and drinking alcohol. The campaign organisation Detained in Dubai (DiD) said Jamie Harron has been sentenced in absentia to 30 days in prison for the action and drinking alcohol. His representative
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Briton could face Dubai jail term for finger gesture Jamil Ahmed Mukadam, 23, from Leicester, could be sentenced to six months under the emirate’s strict laws A British IT consultant is stuck in Dubai facing a charge of offensive behaviour after sticking his finger up to a driver while on holiday in the oil-rich state. Jamil Ahmed Mukadam is now expecting a court date and if convicted faces up to six months in jail, according to his legal advisers, after being detained under the emirate’s strict federal laws.
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Scot facing jail over Dubai 'hip touch The 27-year-old from Stirling is accused of public indecency over the incident at a Dubai nightclub.
Man who got Briton arrested in Dubai 'was showing off The man who accused Brit Jamie Harron of public indecency for touching him on the hip in Dubai was trying to show off at the time and was urged to drop the case by friends but refused, it is claimed.
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Scot appears in Dubai court after ‘touching man’s hip’ A Scot facing a three-year jail sentence in Dubai after putting his hand on a man in a bar so he did not “bump and spill drinks”, has appeared in court.
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Scot appears in court after 'touching man to avoid spilling drink' in Dubai A Scot facing a three-year jail sentence in Dubai after putting his hand on a man in a bar so he did not "bump and spill drinks", has appeared in court.
Boris Johnson's trip to Iran raises hopes for release of jailed Briton Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s latest court appearance postponed following UK foreign secretary’s talks in Tehran Hopes have been raised that the Iranian dual national Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe could soon be freed from a Tehran prison after her expected appearance in court was postponed in the wake of a visit to the country by the UK foreign secretary, Boris Johnson. Zaghari-Ratclifge’s case was complicated when Johnson wrongly told parliament she was a training journalists in Iran, and it had been unexpected she would face fresh charges of
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