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UAE police issue AED500,000 fine warning after arrests for spreading obscene videos – News


Authorities yesterday arrested multiple suspects who appeared in a viral video showing immoral behavior

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published: Monday, March 13, 2023 at 6:40 pm

Last updated: Monday, March 13, 2023 at 10:40 pm

UAE police have warned residents against posting obscene videos that could offend community members or violate local customs.

The warning comes after multiple suspects were arrested for behaving lewdly and displaying immoral behavior in a widely circulated video.

A Sharjah police official said authorities had arrested nine men and two women over a wedding video. The video reportedly shows a group of people behaving lewdly. The video sparked outrage among some residents of the emirate.

Brigadier Jamal Salem Al Jalaf, director of the Criminal Investigation Department of the Dubai Police, said authorities arrested people who indulged in such behavior that did not reflect the values ​​of UAE society. “Such behavior is considered a crime and is punishable under UAE law,” he said

He added that Dubai Police will not tolerate any such “unacceptable behavior”.

the law behind it

Sharjah-based advocate Salim Sahoh said that under Article 17 of the UAE Cybercrime Law, anyone who produces or publishes pornographic material or any material that is contrary to public morals or good conduct will be jailed and face a fine of Dh250,000. and Dh500,000.

According to the law, any such content that involves minors (persons under the age of 18) or is intended to lure minors will result in a minimum one-year prison sentence for offenders and a possible fine of Dhs150,000 to Dhs500 M’s fine, 000.

Under Article 19, anyone who is found guilty of forcing another person to engage in an indecent activity will be sentenced to imprisonment and a fine ranging from Dh250,000 to Dh1 million. Imprisonment for up to five years.

He explained that in this case, the penalty for committing an indecent act in public is a maximum six-month jail term and a fine of Dh5,000.

“There have been cases in all emirates of individuals detained, prosecuted and/or convicted for posting such material,” he said.


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