The government of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) ordered the deportation of all the women and photographers involved in the nude balcony photoshoot.
A statement issued by the Dubai Press Office that the order issued by the public prosecutor has ordered the deportation of all those involved in the nude photoshoot.
The statement did not specify how many men and women were involved in the photoshoot and what countries they belonged to, but all were ordered deported.
A statement issued by the Dubai Press Office said that an investigation into UAE law violations against all those involved in the incident had been completed.
It was thought that the men and women involved in the nude photo shoot would be sentenced to 6 to 18 months in prison and fined, but this did not happen.
The individuals involved will be deported from the United Arab Emirates. No further comment shall be made on the matter.
— Dubai Media Office (@DXBMediaOffice) April 6, 2021
Remember that spreading obscenity in public places in Dubai, drinking alcohol, taking objectionable videos and photo shoots is a crime and such acts are punishable by imprisonment for 6 to 18 months and a fine.
The incident took place last week, April 3, in which about a dozen white European women were seen posing nude on a building in the Marina area of Dubai’s high-rise buildings.
Dubai police arrested about 40 people, including a dozen women involved in the incident when a short video of the incident went viral on Arab social media.
It was not immediately clear why or for what purpose the video went viral, but the video suggests it was shot secretly.
The video, which went viral, showed a dozen women naked on the balcony of a high-rise building in Dubai, apparently posing for a photoshoot.
According to UAE media reports after the video went viral, the photoshoot of the naked women in the video was a promotional event.
However, the report did not say what kind of promotional event the women were holding.
In other UAE states, including Dubai, tourists are allowed to drink alcohol, have concerts and dance parties, but no inappropriate action can be taken in public places and violators face legal action.