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    Padro Brit woman, 22, JAILED in Dubai for witnessing brawl between men

    Brit woman, 22, JAILED in Dubai for witnessing brawl between men



    A BRITISH expat has been jailed for three months in Dubai for witnessing a brawl involving a group of men more than two years after the incident in a hotel lobby.

    Asa Hutchinson was handed the sentence in her absence after a group of friends tried to take selfies with a drunk Swedish man asleep on in a Dubai hotel.

    The computer executive who woke up and attacked them as they tried to flee with the 54-year-old being left with a broke nose after the clash in April 2016.

    Despite only witnessing the fight, Asa was charged with assault and theft, after her friends returned home to the UK and the victim chose to transfer the charges to her.

    She has now been handed a three-month jail term by Judge Habeeb Ahmed Awad at Dubai Criminal Court, according to newspaper, The National.

    The 22-year-old was handed the sentence in her absence and risks extradition as she has already returned home to Chelmsford, Essex, in the UK.

    The court was told the row started when the group of her male friends began taking selfies with the bloke after he had fallen asleep on a couch.

    The man was awoken by a slap to the face by one of the group and found them surrounding him whilst laughing, the court was told.

    When he woke up, the enraged man followed the group outside the building and threatened to call police.

    Following the incident, Dubai police questioned Asa's boyfriend Ben Hall and others in the group after getting their names from the hotel reservations list.

    The men managed to get their passports back by paying cash deposits, before flying home to the UK.

    The Swedish man then made the decision to transfer the charges to Asa after learning she lives in the UAE - making her responsible under Dubai law.

    The country's legal process dictates that whoever makes the first complaint is the party most likely to be believed, so it may be irrelevant that the Swedish man threw the punches.

    Taking pictures of someone without their consent and being rude to another person are both classed as Illegal in Dubai and are punishable by jail time.

    Asa, who works as a key account manager for global transportation company Time & Motion, was released on bail before being sentenced.

    Speaking previously, Asa said: "It is so unfair, I was not involved, I just happened to be there, but the police are not interested in anything I have to say.

    "Once the man made his complaint it was taken as fact. I can't go to jail, I couldn't cope."

    Asa's dad, Iain, also previously publicly appealed to help her daughter be brought back to England.

    He added: "This older guy was the one hitting everyone, he ought to know better at his age than getting into drunken fights with kids.

    "And now he can't throw his weight around and get them into trouble, he is picking on my young daughter."

    It was previously reported Ms Hutchinson was forced to sign confession papers written only in Arabic or be jailed immediately, her lawyers claimed.

    Her representatives said she was put under "extreme pressure" to sign lengthy legal papers written only in Arabic when she was arrested last April.

    In a statement previously released, Ms Hutchinson from Chelmsford, Essex, said: "I was told to sign the papers, or I would be going straight to prison.

    "By this stage I was terrified. I had no choice but to sign those papers. I was so scared of prison."

    Radha Stirling, CEO of Detained in Dubai, said warned Asa could face extradition, and her lawyer said she was "fortunate" to be able to leave Dubai.

    Ms Stirling said: "Asa, in fact, managed to leave the UAE, and is currently in the UK.

    "All of the alleged assailants in this incident were released, but because Asa was living in Dubai, and the Swedish man misidentified her as a participant in the row, she was wrongly charged with the assault.

    "Asa has been sentenced in absentia, despite there being no evidence to corroborate the questionable testimony of the alleged victim.

    "We are glad that Asa is safe in the UK, but this judgment demonstrates how easily convictions occur in the UAE in the absence of any acceptable standards of due process."

    A Dubai Police lieutenant said that CCTV from the venue showed the Swedish man sleeping as the group approached him.

    A medical report revealed that the victim suffered a broken nose, finger and toe as well as scratches and bruises and was left with a 1% permanent disability as a result of an injury to his left nostril.

    No deportation order was made in court.

    A spokesman for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) said: "Our staff assisted a British woman who was arrested and subsequently released in Dubai.

    "We were in contact with the local authorities to follow the progress of her case."

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