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Sep 11, 14, 5: One night my friend and I decided to go out for a night in Dubai. We were just walking the streets by some clubs and we saw a group of ten or more African women that were clearly trying to sell themselves to us this was near a Hilton - I am positive they were prostitutes, so I ask, how is this possible considering how strict the UAE can be on unmarried tourists sharing hotel rooms?? What penalties do these women face- as the risk-reward doesn't seem worth it. Find More Posts by Mauibaby Sep 11, 14, 9: Originally Posted by Mauibaby Find More Posts by mcgahat.
Sep 12, 14, 3: Find More Posts by stimpy. Sep 12, 14, 4: Sep 13, 14, 6: Originally Posted by stimpy. I think you are mistaking Dubai for Riyadh. There are no restrictions on unmarried tourists sharing hotel rooms in Dubai. Find More Posts by rankourabu. Sep 15, 14, From time to time the authorities might deport some of the ladies for form's sake. Otherwise they know which way their bread is buttered and that were it not for the ladies they would lose out on a significant share of travel and tourism revenue.
Find More Posts by Sixth Freedom. Sep 16, 14, So as long as the police aren't called in to resolve a disturbance involving a prostitute at a hotel, the police don't enforce the law because their bosses' bosses have social and business ties to maintain and sustain that also involve the same as other hotel owners.
Keep in mind that the UAE is a small country where it's citizens are a small minority of the population. The consequence is that the lower level police aren't going to rock the boat and the upper level authorities want peace in the house and don't want to risk shattering the peace amongst the extended relatives by depriving a group of its national of money from investments unless they really feel they have to do something.
Sep 16, 14, 1: Originally Posted by GUWonder. Sep 16, 14, 2: At least not for non-Muslims. Find More Posts by csdf. Sep 16, 14, 3: An unknown restriction that isn't enforced is not a restriction. Yes of course if you do something horrible you will get in trouble. But it has to be really bad like this http: Thus I maintain there are no real restrictions.