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DUBAI – The trial resumes on January 28 for a Filipino nurse accused of forging a parking permit that he used on Al Wasl Road, Jumeirah in Dubai.
The case was uncovered on August 8 last year after a traffic inspector noticed that the details in the parking permit were not clear.
The inspector then called the Roads and Transport Authority and learned that the expat’s car had no permit to park in a paid parking zone.
During interrogation, the 28-year-old admitted to printing the parking permit at his workplace before wrapping it in transparent plastic.
He alleged that he received help from an unknown suspect to commit the forgery. ICA/Expat Media
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