Lankan maid in Dubai steals cash, jewellery

27 April 2016 01:06 pm - 6     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}

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The Dubai Public Prosecution has accused a Sri Lankan maid of robbing from her employer an estimated amount of 40,000 Dirham and jewellery, the Gulf Today reported.

The housewife employer has said that while she was travelling abroad for treatment, her son had called her and informed that the maid had left the house.

She had suspected something fishy and asked him to inspect the money and the jewellery. They discovered that the valuables had been stolen.

The incident was reported to the police, and post investigations, it turned out that the maid had left the country.

  Comments - 6

  • Coconut Republic Wednesday, 27 April 2016 01:20 PM

    It had got into the blood stream, thanks to few of our leaders. Rob...Rob. .Rob

    hafildeen Wednesday, 27 April 2016 03:16 PM

    well said.

    laljee/Qatar Wednesday, 27 April 2016 04:08 PM

    Its better to steal and get away rather than getting locked up for 15 years like the Saudi maid.

    ANTON Wednesday, 27 April 2016 04:21 PM

    THAT IS WHY THEY TAKE REVENGE FROM OTHER INNOCENT MAIDS.

    ANTON Wednesday, 27 April 2016 04:28 PM

    DID HER SON TELL THE EXACT TRUTH .... OR SOME OTHER STORY ???

    Lanka Wednesday, 27 April 2016 06:03 PM

    Well, even in Sri Lanka, we encounter robbing. How many domestic helpers can be trusted? Now they have gone to Soudi.


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