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Female supervisor escapes kidnapper who posed as cop in Dubai

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Oct. 24, 18 | 8:02 am

A Filipina supervisor in Dubai was able to escape an Arab man who posed as a cop and attempted to kidnap her.

The victim was waiting for her friend near a prayer house in Rashidiyah when the Arab man passed by and told her to follow him.

When she refused, the man dragged her toward his car, telling her that he is a cop, reported Gulf Today.

The kidnapper decided to leave the supervisor alone when he spotted other residents in the area.

The Filipina ran away but little did she know that she was running towards the direction of the kidnapper’s car.

The suspect saw her and chased after her. 

When the commotion between them was noticed by a resident, the man stopped and attempted to speed away.

The Filipina took photos of his plate number, but she was strangled by the suspect. 

He also removed his plate number then escaped.

Following his arrest, the Arab man denied attempting to kidnap the woman and posing as a cop.

The supervisor’s camp, meanwhile, demanded for the highest punishment possible for the man.

The ruling will be released on November 5.

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