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Filipino in Dubai accused of producing fake parking ticket to avoid fee

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Jan. 21, 20 | 11:59 am

A Filipino expat is facing a possible deportation and paying a hefty fine for allegedly producing a fake copy of parking ticket in Dubai.

The counterfeit ticket was discovered by an RTA inspector August 8 last year, reported Khaleej Times.

The inspector said he spotted the car of the Filipino expat parked along Al Wasl road in Jumeirah with the parking ticket on the car’s dashboard but its details were not clear.

He learned that the ticket had expired upon calling the RTA’s Permit Section. It was later found that the ticket was fake.

The case was registered at the Bur Dubai police station.

According to the report, the 28-year-old Filipino nurse admitted to printing a fake copy of parking ticket issued by the RTA.

The trial has been adjourned to January 28.

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