A 13-year old boy from Pakistan was repeatedly molested by two workers on different occasions after they send him pornographic videos via Whatsapp. The alleged workers were sentenced to jail for one year.
The boy after taking the permission of his father came to visit his friend in Al Hamriya in October, last year. While he was going to his friend’s place, a 34-year-old Pakistani worker stopped him and asked him if he knew how to drive. According to the records, then he offered the boy to drive his car. After a quick ride towards Al Mamzar, the defendant took the car in a dark area and asked the boy to go to the back seat and then he molested the victim.
As per records, the man repeated the act three times within a month. However, the boy managed to escape and told his elder brother about the molestation.
During interrogation, it was revealed that another Pakistani man, aged 35, had also committed the same act with the teenager, but had paid him money.
“He lured me with money and gave me Dh500 and Dh600 every time he wanted to molest me,” said the victim. “He also sent me sex movies on WhatsApp. He used to take me to dark alleys around the neighborhood and do indecent acts with me.
“He molested me several times before he notified the other suspect. I was heading to a friend’s house when the other suspect [34-year-old] called me and let me drive his car.
“He took me to Al Mamzar where he parked in a poorly lit area and molested me in the back seat. He repeated the same act three times. I dodged him the fourth time when I was leaving the mosque. I told my brother what had happened and then my father called the police,” said the boy.

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