In a demonstration,he showed how cameras can be concealed in a fan and other spots around a hotel room.
There were four cameras pointing at the bed and three in the bathroom, including inside a coffee maker.
Over the past few months we have covered a number of stories involving expatriates who have broken the law in Dubai and found themselves in serious trouble.
In this article we present 10 Dubai laws that expatriates should know when living in Dubai. Women’s clothing should be conservative and females should avoid wearing clothes that are transparent, low-cut or short. Men should cover their chest and underwear should be out of sight.
Britons are more likely to be arrested in the United Arab Emirates - the federation of which Dubai is a part - than anywhere else in the world.
The Foreign Office website warns that there is a 'zero tolerance for drugs and alcohol'.
I understood the culture, the rawness of our ways, the dark humour of our days. It happens not only with me but also with everyone. I went to shelters; I met with lawyers and social workers. I pulled out a notepad instead and listened to their stories. And over time, I started piecing together the reality of sex trafficking.Be aware that some everyday items may also be banned.Possession of painkillers, for example, and some cold and flu remedies is considered illegal and if you are found with them on your person you could be on the receiving end of mandatory four-year prison sentence.In 2010 she was sentenced to one month in prison for allegedly kissing and stroking the back of British Dubai-based marketing executive Ayman Najafi in public.In a further case in 2007, an unmarried Indian couple were sentenced to a year in prison after being caught hugging and kissing in the back seat of a taxi.He ordered the retirement on Monday of nine members of Dubai Municipality's executive management, including directors and assistant director-generals in departments such as legal affairs and planning, the United Arab Emirates' state news agency WAM reported.