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01 August, 2005

Bedroom battle

From the rendering-utterly-speechless section of the Khaleej Times, Dubai General prosecution is investigating a case of alleged adultery and counter-adultery between Emirati businessman Rashid M and his wife:

"The wife had travelled to visit her family outside Dubai and spent two days with them. When she returned to her villa in the Al Yanabee area in Dubai she heard voices in her bedroom; she opened the door and was shocked to see her husband making love to his Moroccan secretary. She did not take any action as the Moroccan woman ran away and her husband put on his clothes. Instead she called her Pakistani driver to her bedroom and asked him to strip and forced him to make love to her. In the middle of the session she called her husband to come up to the bedroom.

"The husband was ostensibly reviled and physically assaulted the wife and attempted to kill the driver who fled from the scene. Now both husband and wife have filed complaints against each other and asked the general prosecution to prove who has been wronged."

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Blogger black feline said...


Is that the actual account? sounds like a roshomon drama..different versions. Please quote your source. thks

01 August, 2005 17:53  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank God for Gulf News! They haven't yet stooped to such a low. Not yet. I hope.


01 August, 2005 18:15  
Blogger secretdubai said...

Source is linked to in the piece. I wouldn't dare quoting something like that without attribution!

01 August, 2005 18:29  
Blogger Hurricane_ said...

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01 August, 2005 19:05  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sound like a scene made for Dallas (oops, I'm aging myself!) First the newspapers then the TV... Lets see if DTV will stoop to this level as it would make for a great evening soap.

01 August, 2005 19:32  
Blogger secretdubai said...

Hurricane_ - I had to remove your post - it was funny, but given recent events I need to err on the side of caution and sensitivity a bit more. Here's an edited version:

Hurricane_ said...
Jerry Springer comes to DUBAI, hahahhaa.
The only winner here is the driver who got a free HUMMER


01 August, 2005 19:35  
Blogger waterboy said...

'Ostensibly reviled', eh?

The journalists at Khaleej Times need to choose their words better...

01 August, 2005 20:03  
Blogger secretdubai said...

The journalists at Khaleej Times need to choose their words better...

That will be the bloody day.

01 August, 2005 20:07  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi there,

I'm a journalist in cairo, trying to get in touch with you regarding your recent run ins with the government. Unfortunately you have no "E-mail me" link, so i have no choice but to resort to the comment section.

My e-mail is:

01 August, 2005 20:13  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There was a young lady of Sharjah,
Whose family was exceedingly prop-pah.
She went to Dubai,
To the disco (with guys!?!)
And now she's cut off by her papa!

There is a young lady from Dubai,
Whose life is frenetic - she flies!
She tears down the street,
In her Beamer (in heat!),
But her daddy pays off all her fines.


Erm... no disrespect intended to the fabric of society, and all that. ;->

01 August, 2005 22:45  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Drama drama and more drama ... i guess when there are no parks and recreation centers in Dubai to get rid of all the energy built up by eating countless houmos and shawarmas ... things like this are bound to happen ... hump on Dubai ... Cheers

02 August, 2005 01:28  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I didnt read this anywhere in the gulf news, sounds more like an indian movie.

02 August, 2005 14:27  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Guess they ran out of news.

nothing better to do !

02 August, 2005 14:29  
Blogger monkey16667 said...

I think its hilarious.

Tit for Tat.

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02 August, 2005 14:56  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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02 August, 2005 15:52  
Blogger BreastImplants said...

she opened the door and was shocked to see her husband making love to his Moroccan secretary.
making love?
Is it just me, or does that sound totally absurd?

02 August, 2005 21:34  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

breastimplants, 'making love' sounds descriptive enough for me. What's your objection to the phrase?

03 August, 2005 00:38  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

was it not KT-speak enough? would you have prefer "invigoratingly violating the fabric surrounding her modesty"?

03 August, 2005 01:48  
Blogger Emirati said...

Some people need a beating, others need a bullet.

03 August, 2005 03:58  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Making love in this scenario is not descriptive, it just sounds silly and totally inappropriate?
It's a cheesy and antiquated phrase anyway.
Why not sexual intercourse?
I think that would've served the purpose.

I can't seem to log into my account for some reason.

03 August, 2005 16:33  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Breatimplants said:

Making love in this scenario is not descriptive, it just sounds silly and totally inappropriate?
It's a cheesy and antiquated phrase anyway.

I'm not feeling you. Making love is more inclusive than sexual intercourse, depending on what it is you are into or like to do. I'm sure however for the aggrieved wife it all meant the same thing at that moment and she was unable to tell if there was penetration of body parts or otherwise. If however, you are speaking to the vulgarity of adultery, then making love is not appropriate, and it was just plain fucking.

03 August, 2005 16:51  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i don't mean to offend anyone...but is there someone here who is moroccan or who knows any moroccan women?

i heard that moroccan women are really pretty, but can be quite odd.

03 August, 2005 23:11  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If I think the phrase "making love" is cheesy and antiquated, that's my opinion.
I wasn't forcing it down your throat.
Why people pick on the irrelevant bits of an argument instead of focusing on the real issue, completely eludes me.
If however, you are speaking to the vulgarity of adultery, then making love is not appropriate, and it was just plain fucking.
This I agree with, and yes that was my point. Thanks for saying it so "eloquently".
Though you have to remember, it'd do us well to keep these discussions PG-rated.
Wouldn't want to corrupt young minds, would we?

04 August, 2005 02:29  
Blogger Emirati said...

Moroccan women have a horrible rep in the UAE, known as hookers, situation in morocco is bad, they use sex to get out, naiive khalijis (Gulfies) buy into it.

04 August, 2005 02:54  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Breastimplants, I'm "cool". I was just responding to your:

"Is it just me, or does that sound totally absurd?" about the term.

And no you weren't forcing it down my throat, though the double entendre wasn't lost on me in the context of this subject.

I'm much more worried about the censors objection to political content than my choice of a four letter word, though I'll try to 'keep it down' in the future, if you will? ;)


04 August, 2005 05:30  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ah, wonderful, the Gulf stereotypes regarding other people's women.

Since I live in Morocco at present (and have also lived in the Mashreq), some words then:
(i) Yes, the Khalij / Gulf knows Moroccan women by the poor bastards who try to escape poverty via prostitution.
(ii) Also the Khalijis come here, and as in Lebanon, act like sub-human animals. [Not all to be sure, but an important number do]
(iii) Morocco, as a mixed culture, has less tribalistic hang ups than the East about intermarriage and the like. Indeed, the concept of people having tribal affiliations and the like strike urban Moroccans as laughably weird.
(iv) As in the case of any place, judging "the women" in general by the category who are desperate enough to sell sex for money etc (and not without reason given poverty here), is going to give you an odd idea about "the women" in general.
(v) In general the Mashreqin have some whacked out and frankly stupid stereotypes about the Maghreb.

04 August, 2005 14:30  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

it must be hard to be the family're always the 'rebound' guy..hehehe

06 August, 2005 07:42  
Blogger Faisal said...

Poor Pakistani Driver !!!!
The bad thing about the story that the woman involved another person who has nothing to do with this...

07 August, 2005 20:21  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

pakistani driver kee eid hogayee.

08 August, 2005 14:55  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

09 August, 2005 17:41  
Blogger secretdubai said...

Above commented deleted because although it was funny, the last thing I need right now is referrals for those words. There are enough people coming here searching "dubai girls" and "massage parlours" (check sitemeter) - visitors googling those other things are really not desireable.

09 August, 2005 18:56  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Its a Shame, the Guy had to get caught, on the other hand it must have taken real courage for the woman do what she did, "Take it out on the Paki" Whats good for the Geese is ok for the Gander too???................Hmmmmmmm The Paki got the cream though, must be chuckling his brains offfffffff. Huh The things we Humans Do!

29 August, 2005 19:15  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

99% of moroccan are really ugly

09 December, 2005 06:02  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Moroccans are the best FULL TOP! To all those magharba haterz. One word inbreeding! Your peoples frequent form of procreation.

18 October, 2006 04:07  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

yes thats right moroccans are 100% berber not arab!!!!!! not that theres anything wong with arabs!!!! the truth must be told.

19 October, 2006 04:04  
Blogger moroccan_and_proud said...

you forgot what did arabs for berbers in the past. in addition to that now in morocco there is a minority of 100% berbers who still in life. concerning prostitution is in all over the world and not just for money. if you consider that we are not arab so who invente the zero, ibn rochd and mourabitine and mouwahidine after your say they are not arabs.

06 January, 2010 00:58  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lived in Dubai for almost 3 years, and met many morrocans....not even one who is not "playing around" for money...the truth must be said...maybe de decent ones are still in Morroco...the ones in the gulf are a shame for any women..and yes, they are gorgeous...and according to gulf men they are easy and know how to do the job...they have a price, and they have the money...nothing wrong with would not search for prostitutes if prostitutes wouldn't be available there...must remind that, morrocans are not the only nationality with this "prestige" in Dubai...Russians and Lebanese are at the same level...the difference is that gulf men end up marrying morrocans more than any other nationlity, and making them second, third, or forth wives...never heard a case where they were the first...not that it doesn't exist... I just never heard it...

04 March, 2011 22:13  

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