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A Saudi prince vacations in Beverly Hills and orders his 
staff to strip naked and hit the pool!

Prince Majed bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, 29, 
is in trouble again!
He is known for abusive and perverted acts.

The prince was arrested in Los Angeles last month. 
Neighbors in the area spotted a women who was bleeding trying to scale 
a wall of his tented estate.

All the women say they were there
against their will and
have filed a civil claim against the prince.

One of the late Saudi 
monarch King Abdullah's 35 children,
Prince Majid 
is charged with battery and 
one count of 'forced oral copulation' 
he bailed out
for $300,000 by the LAPD.

The DA has announced
that felony charges had been dropped, 
and the case turned to City Attorney Mike Feur.

Before the prince was arrested he demanded that his 
entire household go to the pool and strip off.

The abused women claim to have been falsely imprisoned
and subjected to 
upsetting behaviors.

The prince was high on cocaine reportedly.
He hired a whole slew of escorts as they were reported
to be hiding out on the balcony when possible.
He also had
prostitutes watch 
while he had his penis 'stroked' by a male assistant.

With cocaine residue apparent on his nostrils,
he threatened a to kill a girl if she chose to not party.

When they asked him to stop, he yelled: 
'I am a prince and I do what I want. 
You are nobody!'

get this:
at his request he had one of his aides
bend over and break wind in front of his face!

Perverted Saudi Prince Majid orders his staff to strip naked

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A Saudi prince vacations in Beverly Hills and orders his 
staff to strip naked and hit the pool!

Prince Majed bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, 29, 
is in trouble again!
He is known for abusive and perverted acts.

The prince was arrested in Los Angeles last month. 
Neighbors in the area spotted a women who was bleeding trying to scale 
a wall of his tented estate.

All the women say they were there
against their will and
have filed a civil claim against the prince.

One of the late Saudi 
monarch King Abdullah's 35 children,
Prince Majid 
is charged with battery and 
one count of 'forced oral copulation' 
he bailed out
for $300,000 by the LAPD.

The DA has announced
that felony charges had been dropped, 
and the case turned to City Attorney Mike Feur.

Before the prince was arrested he demanded that his 
entire household go to the pool and strip off.

The abused women claim to have been falsely imprisoned
and subjected to 
upsetting behaviors.

The prince was high on cocaine reportedly.
He hired a whole slew of escorts as they were reported
to be hiding out on the balcony when possible.
He also had
prostitutes watch 
while he had his penis 'stroked' by a male assistant.

With cocaine residue apparent on his nostrils,
he threatened a to kill a girl if she chose to not party.

When they asked him to stop, he yelled: 
'I am a prince and I do what I want. 
You are nobody!'

get this:
at his request he had one of his aides
bend over and break wind in front of his face!


WhatsApp calling features are enabled in the UAE today, surprising many users. 
The feature, which has previously been blocked by UAE regulators for its failure to comply with telecommunication laws, is working today, which many have celebrated on social media. 
No statement has been issued by the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) as yet, but the function is currently working on the app... for now. 

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WhatsApp Calls Are Working In The UAE...For Now

WhatsApp calling features are enabled in the UAE today, surprising many users. 
The feature, which has previously been blocked by UAE regulators for its failure to comply with telecommunication laws, is working today, which many have celebrated on social media. 
No statement has been issued by the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) as yet, but the function is currently working on the app... for now. 

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Today in the Dubai Marina An Ominous Orange Cloud Is Floating In The Dubai Marina Waters And Residents Are Concerned It looks like something has leaked in the Dubai Marina, with a huge amount of orange muck filling the marina waters this afternoon, with many residents sharing images of the spill or leak. 
It's unclear what has caused the mess, which was spotted around 5pm on Thursday afternoon. 
It has proceeded to drift down the Marina and is yet to be identified by authorities. 


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Today in the Dubai Marina An Ominous Orange Cloud Is Floating In The Dubai Marina Waters And Residents Are Concerned

Today in the Dubai Marina An Ominous Orange Cloud Is Floating In The Dubai Marina Waters And Residents Are Concerned It looks like something has leaked in the Dubai Marina, with a huge amount of orange muck filling the marina waters this afternoon, with many residents sharing images of the spill or leak. 
It's unclear what has caused the mess, which was spotted around 5pm on Thursday afternoon. 
It has proceeded to drift down the Marina and is yet to be identified by authorities. 


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A memo was circulated earlier today by Dubai Immigration to all travel agencies instructing them to stop accepting applications for the 90 days tourist visa to those two nationalities and only allow 14 days or 30 days visa. 
Applications made yesterday will still be valid, and anyone already holding a 90 days visa will still be able to use it.



A manager at a Dubai travel agency commented: “We are not sure wether this is a temporary or permanent stop. As of now we have been instructed not to accept applications. There is a possibility that we process the applications through an other Emirate but will definetly have higher restrictions and would be more costly”.

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No more 90 day tourist visa for Filipinos and Pakistanis

A memo was circulated earlier today by Dubai Immigration to all travel agencies instructing them to stop accepting applications for the 90 days tourist visa to those two nationalities and only allow 14 days or 30 days visa. 
Applications made yesterday will still be valid, and anyone already holding a 90 days visa will still be able to use it.



A manager at a Dubai travel agency commented: “We are not sure wether this is a temporary or permanent stop. As of now we have been instructed not to accept applications. There is a possibility that we process the applications through an other Emirate but will definetly have higher restrictions and would be more costly”.

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