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Off-duty Dubai Police becomes a hero for distressed motorist

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Aug. 13, 19 | 1:51 pm

A tired off-duty policeman proved that we can be our own simple heroes when he assisted an Indian expat from Kerala to change his burst tire early morning, reported Khaleej times.

The unidentified police officer was off-duty policeman and on his way home when he saw the expat Abdul Wahab along Emirates Road between Sharjah and Ajman around 6am.

He drove up after noticing that the expat had a knee problem.

“Some people, who stopped by, refused to help as it was very hot,” KT quoted Wahab as saying.

The police did not hesitate to help him change the burst tire.

“I knew the police officer was tired after a night’s duty but he still had the energy to assist me and I am so grateful for his help,” the expat said.

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Duterte orders LGUs to accept returning OFWs back to home provinces

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A taxi driver was arrested in Sharjah over a viral video that showed him performing road stunts on a highway.   According to Sharjah Police, they identified and nabbed the driver within three hours after the video was released—noting that he was putting people’s lives...

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