The group of bare girls posing for a photographer final week alongside a balcony railing within the upscale Dubai Marina space was seen from neighouring buildings.
Reuters | , Dubai
PUBLISHED ON APR 07, 2021 02:48 PM IST
Dubai will deport a bunch of individuals concerned in a unadorned photograph shoot on a high-rise balcony within the emirate, authorities stated after criticising the incident as out of line with the values of the United Arab Emirates.
The group of bare girls posing for a photographer final week alongside a balcony railing within the upscale Dubai Marina space was seen from neighouring buildings. Images of the shoot circulated on social media.
“The individuals involved will be deported from the United Arab Emirates. No further comment shall be made on the matter,” Dubai’s Attorney General Essam Issa Al Humaidan stated in an announcement revealed by Dubai Media Office on Tuesday.
The assertion didn’t present particulars on the nationalities of these concerned.
Dubai Police had on Saturday introduced the arrest of these concerned and warned in opposition to “such unacceptable behaviours which do not reflect the values and ethics of Emirati society”.
The emirate of Dubai is a regional enterprise and tourism hub the place overseas residents and guests – drawn to its sun-drenched seashores, luxurious existence and enterprise setting – vastly outnumber Emirati nationals.
Foreigners have prior to now fallen foul of legal guidelines within the UAE, a federation of seven Muslim emirates, on indecency and alcohol consumption, corresponding to for kissing in public.
The UAE in November amended a variety of legal guidelines on points corresponding to cohabitation, alcohol and divorce, in a liberalising transfer seen as a push to make the nation extra engaging to overseas funding and tourism.
However legal guidelines in opposition to immoral and debauched acts stay within the Federal Penal Code. Dubai Police additionally stated the UAE has legal guidelines in opposition to sharing pornographic or different materials that will prejudice public morals.
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