Dubai: A Dubai salesman has been accused of damaging a flat used as residence quarantine for COVID-19 sufferers.

The Dubai Courtroom of First Occasion heard on Monday that the 31-year-old Pakistani defendant had broken the house in Al Warsan space of Dubai throughout his keep there beneath quarantine in June 2020. The flat belonged to Dubai Well being Authority and was getting used to isolate individuals over the coronavirus pandemic.

A 30-year-old Emirati official testified that safety guards in Al Warsan space had knowledgeable Dubai Police about damages contained in the house.

“The flat was handed over to Dubai Police. The defendant was arrested and brought to Al Rashidiya Police Station,” stated the official on report.

The defendant admitted of damaging the flat whereas he was staying there in quarantine.

Footage of the broken flat have been introduced to the courtroom with a full report of the listing of damages.

Dubai Public Prosecution has charged the defendant with damaging a constructing belonging to a authorities division.

The rationale behind the damages was not talked about on official data.

A verdict is predicted on September 28. The defendant stays in police custody till then.

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