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Sep. 18, 17 | 3:53 pm

An Arab lost his high-paying job as a pilot after he was accused of raping a Filipina at his flat in Sharjah.

The 36-year-old Arab pilot was charged with rape, assault and alcohol consumption by public prosecutors in the Sharjah Criminal Court, Khaleej Times’ Amira Agarib reported on Sept. 17.

He had denied the charges filed against him and claimed that the Filipina woman willingly joined him at his apartment.

The Arab pilot narrated that he met the Filipina when he and his friends went to a nightclub in Dubai to celebrate his new job that offered him a Dh70,000-monthly salary.

He accused the Filipino woman of falsely implicating him of rape after he refused to pay the agreed amount between them.

However, the Filipina victim said remained firm that she was raped by the Arab pilot after entering his apartment to get her phone, which was snatched from her while getting out of the car.

Forensic reports showed that the woman sustained bruises on her body caused by violence. The DNA samples found on the victim’s clothes and body also matched with the Arab pilot.

The pilot is currently in jail for the charges filed against him. He said that he was devastated to learn that he lost his new job.

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