UAE orders arrest of man Flaunting wealth on Social media.

The United Arab Emirates has ordered the arrest of a man who was filmed arrogantly telling a car dealer in a luxury showroom to sell the most expensive cars in the garage to him,


This was confirmed by the Arabian Business reports on Monday.


According to a report by state-run news agency, WAM, the video insults and ridicules Emirati society and incites harmful public opinion of citizens.

Following this, the UAE’s Federal Prosecution for Combating Rumours and Cybercrimes has ordered the detention of the man pending investigations after being accused of abusing the internet in posting exciting propaganda that stirs up public opinion and harms the public interest.


He was also charged with publishing content that was inconsistent with the media content standards and insulted Emirati society.


According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation at the UAE, “He was shown distributing financial packages to the showroom employees in a way that reveals imprudence and lack of appreciation of the value of money.


The UAE FBI added that, “The Public Prosecution ordered the summoning of the owner of the car showroom in which the aforementioned video clip was filmed.”


The Public Prosecution as well urged social media users in the UAE to observe the legal and ethical regulations in the media content they publish and to consider societal characteristics and embedded values of the UAE society that call for moral commitment in all aspects of behaviour, to avoid falling under the force of the law.


Meanwhile, in the viral video, an Asian man in an Emirati dress is seen attempting to buy a car worth $545,000 and other ones while being flanked by people carrying large sums of money.



Credit: Arabian Business

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