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The incident took place at the popular Rock Bottom Bar in the Tecom area of Dubai, where Mr Harron and a friend were enjoying a drink.Mr Harron says he was forced to walk past the Joranian man, and as he passed, he placed his hand on the right hand side of the top of the man's hip to ensure that when passing they didn't bump and spill drinks 'in a move familiar to most UK patrons of crowded pubs'.
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.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?.'The police asked Mr Harron to apologise which he 'gladly did'.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.Jamie Harron, 27, is waiting for a second hearing to see if he will be sent to prison for three years for touching Jordanian businessman Emad Tabaza's hip while on a night out.Mr Harron, from Stirling, Scotland, released a voice clip, saying: 'My lawyers have put an objection in against my 30-day prison sentence issued in my absentia that me and my lawyer didn't even know about in the first place.'I hope it can be sorted out, but I didn't think it would have already gone on so long in the first place.
'I've lost my job, I'm in debt now and I may be going to prison. It's just unbelievable, I'm still in shock that it's actually happened.'A statement from NGO Detained in Dubai, which is helping Mr Herrron, said: 'In his absence, Jamie was sentenced to 30 days in prison for the rude gesture, along with a £412 fine and deportation.'Jamie adamantly denies the allegations of a rude gesture and of indecent behaviour but admits drinking alcohol.' Mr Harron earlier added: 'Apparently, I was sentenced for raising my finger at the man but I did not do that.
The security staff informed him that the manager was not available.'On strength of this, our employee deemed it necessary to call the police who then took corresponding measures.'The situation would not otherwise have been controllable, particularly as the drunk suspect still took an aggressive stance.'Calling the police served de-escalation of the situation.'After the police arrived, the suspect repeated the process several times (touching our employee's thigh ) in front of both police officers and explained that such conduct is commonplace in Europe.
As a result, the police arrested him.'With a certain distance from the incident and the punishment to be expected for the suspect, our employee decided to withdraw the complaint despite the harassment having been confirmed by several witnesses.'However, according to the typical laws for the country, this does not automatically result in the termination of the proceedings as, for example, very likely in England or Germany.'The reason why the suspect did not attend the hearing, as reported by the media, and should now be imprisoned is not known by us.'Furthermore - if security had intervened correctly or the suspect had not behaved incorrectly - this complaint would never have arisen.' Neuman & Esser is a global corporation which produces machinery for other companies within the oil and gas industry, as well for renewable energy and and food firms.
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