Woman calls Dubai Police after naked man enters her house
The woman said the man is her son's friend.
A 21-year-old student was reported to Dubai police after he entered the house of an Arab family without their permission, a Dubai court heard.
The Emirati student was charged on Monday at the Court of First Instance after he physically assaulted two on-duty police officers who responded to the call made by an Arab housewife.
Dubai public prosecution accused the defendant of behaving aggressively towards the officers and beating them on August 24. A case was registered at Al Barsha police station.
The accused is in detention.
A police officer said they received a call from a woman complaining about a naked man in her house. "When I reached her place with a colleague, she said that the defendant is her son's friend. But after he walked out of the house, she said that the accused entered her house without permission. She looked scared and did not want to report him at first."
After the defendant returned, the policemen told him to get inside the patrol car. "He did not want to ride in the car nor did he want to let us handcuff him. I got injured when he kept pushing me and hit me with his elbow."
The officer told the prosecutor that he got swollen lips and left shoulder and a pain in his left leg. His colleague also received minor injuries.
During the public prosecution investigation, the defendant admitted he assaulted the officers when they tried to get him inside the police car.
The trial has been adjourned to November 21.
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