They were found in a hotel room under the influence of drugs.
The Dubai Police raided a hotel room after receiving a complaint from a husband that his wife was cheating on him there.
The Court of First Instance heard on Thursday that the raid led to the arrest of both the alleged lover and the cheating wife.
The lover, a Palestinian student, 26, and the wife were referred to public prosecution investigation and later to the Court of Misdemeanors on an illicit sex charge.
The student was charged in the Court of First Instance with taking drugs, providing his partner with crystal meth and having sex out of the wedlock. The incident was reported on September 6, 2017, to Bur Dubai police station.
“The woman’s husband complained that she had gone with another man to a hotel. After verification, we checked the hotel cameras which caught them check-in to a room,” said a police lieutenant.
“We obtained a public prosecution warrant and raided the room. The two were found under the influence of drugs. The woman admitted she had consensual sex and had been in a sexual relation with him. She also confessed that the accused had given her crystal meth for free about five or six times since July 2017.”
The woman said she had taken psychotropic pills and claimed she carried a medical prescription.
The student admitted the charges and claimed he had got the crystal meth from his brother who had bought it from a Pakistani man.
About 18 medically-controlled pills were found in the woman’s purse. More than eight empty shots were found in a small plastic bag left on the table.
A report from the specialised criminal evidence department said the student’s urine sample tested positive for three types of narcotics. The woman’s urine sample test came out positive for drugs too.
The court postponed the trial to January 29.
Source : The Khaleej Times