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Visiting Dubai can be a perilous business, as Jamie Harron, a Briton arrested for public indecency three months ago, has discovered.
According to him, it was a pure misunderstanding: he put his hand on someone to avoid spilling his drink whilst he squeezed through a crowded bar.
Men should also watch their wardrobe: in 2008 police arrested 40 “cross-dressing tourists”, according to the Gulf News.
In practice, hotels do not ask for proof of your relationship when you check in with your partner.But the furious complaint of the other man was enough for Harron to join the long list of travellers who have fallen foul of the laws and customs of a city that – for all its glitzy cosmopolitanism – is a fairly conservative, Muslim state.Although out of jail, Harron has not been allowed to leave Dubai and has run up hefty legal bills.Finding love is a challenging quest even in your home country.Dating internationally will either make it more so or raise the chance to finally get the partner you've been looking for all along.
But it is wise to keep a few things in mind before you book your ticket.