By Ibrahim Umar
A businesswoman allegedly kidnapped a man before forcing him to strip naked. The woman, a Sri Lankan, and the man believed to be her ex-boyfriend live in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates. Before their love affair became sour, the woman had allowed the estranged boyfriend take her naked photographs with his mobile phone.
She alleged the ex-lover sent the nude pictures to relatives and friends after they ended their relationship. She also claimed that her efforts to make him delete the pictures from his mobile phone failed. The woman, then, reportedly recruited two men, a Sri Lankan and Sudanese, to teach the ex-lover a lesson. Having succeeded in getting the recalcitrant ex-lover, the woman allegedly assaulted him and had him photographed naked.
The three people were arrested and charged with assault and kidnapping, but they denied the allegations.
The woman claimed the stripped to his birthday suit on his own volition.
When I threatened to photographed him naked, “he didn’t mind and he took off his clothes,” the woman told prosecutors.
“I tried to convince him and asked him why had he sent her pictures to some family members but he didn’t answer and, once at her apartment, he willingly took off his clothes,” one of the men, also, said. The case was adjourned till May for further hearing.