Dubai court to pass verdict against having sex on beach
A verdict in the trial of the British couple, who were accused of having sex at the beach, will be passed by the next week, say the Dubai court documents.
The reports further state that verdict which was initially to be passed on Tuesday has now been postponed till 16th October.
The accused couple, Michelle Palmer and Vince Acors, if found guilty, will have to spend two years in prison and thereafter deported from Dubai if convicted.
In July, these two were caught having sex on a Dubai beach, and following this, the two were arrested and charged with having sex outside of marriage, public indecency and drunkenness. Though the accused agreed for beinging drunk, they denied having sex.
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