Man wanted by police quits lockdown at home for ‘peace and quiet’ in prison
Man wanted by police quits lockdown at home for ‘peace and quiet’ in prison

Man wanted by police quits lockdown at home for ‘peace and quiet’ in prison

We’ve all found the pandemic hard, but one man has found lockdown harder than most as he handed himself into police and prison to avoid the people he lives with.

The British man handed himself into police in West Sussex voluntarily as he hoped prison would give him some ‘peace and quiet.’

The Police said the man was ‘wanted on recall to prison.’ And instead of hiding away and making the most of the lockdown in the UK, he instead turned himself in to the police so he could get away from the people he lived with.

Who on earth was he living with? And what was so bad about them? Noisy eaters? Or did they leave the toilet seat up? We haaaaaave to know!

Get caught using a fake degree and face prison and fines up to AED500,000

The UAE is cracking down on people who use a fake degree to get themselves better jobs as they’ll soon face two years in prison. And a fine of up to AED500,000.

The draft law was passed on Tuesday and applies to those who use forged or fake qualifications.

People who mistakenly or unknowingly use a fake degree will be fined up to AED30,000 and face three months in jail.

“Everybody knows the rapid technological advancements for producing such documents,” said Federal National Council member Nasser Al Yamahi.

“This has become a worldwide trend, and not just in the UAE.”

The new law will also target recruiters, firms and employers who willingly accept fake documents. They’ll face a fine up to AED1 million and two years in jail.

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