Indian accused of rape in Dubai

Dubai, Jul 27 (IANS): An Indian salesman has been accused of raping a woman inside her home in Dubai, threaten her with a knife and stealing 200 dirhams under the influence of alcohol, it was reported.

The Dubai Court of First Instance heard on Sunday that the 39-year-old Indian woman went to drop her son to the school bus pick-up point outside her building in the Naif area of Dubai in February, reports Gulf News.

She returned to her apartment when the 23-year-old defendant approached her, put a knife to her throat and asked her to enter the apartment.

He is also accused of filming the incident with his mobile phone.

The Dubai Public Prosecution charged the defendant, who is currently in custody, with rape, robbery and illegally consuming alcohol.


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  • Jhanavi, mangalore

    Mon, Jul 27 2020

    may be, may not be.... there are many women out there who enjoy such things in absence of their husbands and when limits cross, threaten the guys in same manner.... I may be wrong here... but thorough investigation should be done....

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  • Rakesh, Mangalore, Dxb

    Tue, Jul 28 2020

    "He is also accused of filming the incident with his mobile phone", when they recover his phone all the allegations will be proved.

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  • Sanjay, Udupi

    Fri, Jul 31 2020

    For every 100 rapes, only 10 are reported and only 1 goes to jail.

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