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This is confirmed by several witnesses.'Our employee emphatically, but politely, requested the clearly drunk suspect to refrain from this.'The security staff which observed the incident, played down the incident and did not undertake any further measures against the very drunk guest who continued to behave aggressively towards our employee.'Following this, our employee requested to see the manager in order to safeguard his interests as a club guest.

"Also, it is clear in this case that Asa was a bystander, not involved with the fight and is only being victimised because the alleged culprits have left the country." A spokeswoman for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office said: "Our staff in Dubai assisted a British woman following an incident in 2016, and are ready to provide further help if requested." Mark Heinrich in Dubai Anti-government protests broke out in Iran for the third day running yesterday as separate state-sponsored rallies were staged to mark the end of unrest that shook the country in 2009.

A British tourist sentenced to a month in a Dubai jail for drinking alcohol and raising his middle finger has furiously revealed the case has cost him his job and left him in debt.

She is being represented by Detained in Dubai, which has helped in legal battles involving other British nationals.

But the Swedish man discovered Miss Hutchinson was a UAE resident and transferred charges to her, according to the organisation Radha Stirling, CEO of Detained in Dubai, said: "In Dubai, if two parties are in dispute or arguing, the first person to speak to the police is usually the one who is believed. By making this complaint, the man may have been safeguarding himself from being charged himself.

Most visitors are not aware of this fact and a number of British nationals have been caught out by this contradictory application of the law.

Radha Stirling, CEO of Detained In Dubai, the British based NGO who is leading the campaign to help Mr Harron, said she has received more than 80 messages an hour offering support since the news broke.

When the man went out to meet them, he began animatedly talking with them, pointing at Mr Harron, who got up and went to see what the problem was.

The man, his friends and the police were all speaking in Arabic, the accuser occasionally shouting in English, 'He's been drinking, and he touched me improperly, I will get you deported, do you know who I am?

He claimed Jamie Harron, 27, had been 'drunk' and 'aggressive' at the bar and repeatedly touched Tabaza's thigh before police were called.

He said: 'During a private visit to a club in Dubai, one of our employees was touched by the suspect on the thigh several times.'As opposed to contrary descriptions, this was not in a crowd and on the hip, but actually at around 7.30 pm - therefore at a time when the club was not highly frequented by visitors.

He said: 'I never knew how much stress I could endure until this happened and the waiting game is the worst.'The defendant denies the charge of public indecency, claiming his only intention was to avoid spilling a drink.