The UAE has some of the most anti-gay laws in the world, where homosexuality is “punishable by death”, and 10 year prison sentences are handed out for “consensual sodomy” in Dubai.The man had been staying at a hotel located in Bur Dubai, a district in the west of the city, while on a business trip.The excitement of traveling to a new city can be amplified when it includes meeting someone new.
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Pink News Exclusive A man has spoken out after how he was violently threatened and robbed on a Grindr hook-up in Dubai.
He fears it’s part of a systematic targeting of gay visitors, after more men have come forward.
The Foreign Office have now urged victims to speak to them in a bid to combat the issue.
The 43-year-old British businessman, who Pink News is not naming for his own safety, suffered the attack on a recent trip to the UAE.
He arranged to meet-up with another guy, who described himself as 29 and from Gambia, on dating app Grindr.