Police arrest a traveler at Dubai Airport and fine him 10,000 dirhams due to the contents of his bag

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A passenger is detained by the police at Dubai International Airport and given a fine of 10,000 dirhams because of the contents of his suitcase.

The passenger who was caught with drugs in his luggage in Dubai claims that he 'forgot' to put them in his suitcase.

In spite of the fact that the man was arrested and fined Dh10,000 for possessing an illicit substance, the decision to deport him was reversed.

For the purpose of justifying the presence of the contraband, a man who was 25 years old and caught with drugs in his luggage at Dubai airport stated that he had consumed the narcotics outside of the United Arab Emirates but forgot some of them in his suitcase when he arrived in the Emirates. The authorities found marijuana in his travel luggage as well as a tool for cutting cannabis plants.

Dubai Court imposes a fine of 10,000 dirhams on a traveler after he was arrested at the airport.

A passenger received a fine of 10,000 dirhams from the Dubai Court as a result of his arrest at the airport.

An individual from Europe was found guilty of possessing drugs by a court in Dubai, and he was also given a punishment of Dh10,000.

The individual initially disputed the judgment of the Misdemeanor Court to deport him, which was initially issued. In his defense, he maintained that he was in the United Arab Emirates for entirely legal purposes and underlined that he had no criminal history. In spite of the fact that it reversed the decision to deport the individual, the appellate court affirmed the Dh10,000 fine.

According to the findings of the investigations conducted by the Public Prosecution, the accused was detained at the Dubai airport because customs agents felt suspicious about the presence of a trimmer in his hands. With this instrument, cannabis plants are often sliced into smaller pieces.

After conducting a search, the officers discovered a medicine box containing 10 capsules of a green herb that resembled marijuana in appearance. The General Department of Forensic Science and Criminology has established that the substance in question is a prohibited narcotic.

During the course of the interrogation by the police and the Public Prosecution, the accused acknowledged the charges against him, indicating that he had accidentally left the material in his suitcase and that he had no intention of bringing it into the nation. A more in-depth investigation revealed that he was under the influence of a drug that is classified as a narcotic.

However, upon his appearance before the court, the accused disputed the claims and withdrew the comments that he had previously made.

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