The Israeli newspaper, “Yediot Aharonot,” revealed the details of a scandal that Israeli tourists made in Dubai hotels, according to testimony given by an Israeli businessman to the newspaper.
Israeli tourists steal Dubai hotels
The Israeli newspaper stated that despite the passage of a short period of time on flights between Israel and the UAE; However, reports started talking about Israeli tourists stealing contents from hotel rooms in Dubai.
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The newspaper quoted the Israeli businessman as saying: “I have been visiting the UAE for many years, doing business there, and last month I arrived at the usual hotel I was staying in and I was horrified when I found in the lobby of the hotel Israelis whose bags were opened before checking out to look for stolen items from the rooms”.
Towels, ice tray and hangers from Dubai hotels
He added: “I saw a group of young men who had stacked towels and a kettle in their bags, confirming that a lamp was found in another Israeli tourist’s bag in the same hotel, the price of which did not exceed a few shekels (a dollar equals 3.22 Israeli shekels).
In the context, the manager of one of the hotels overlooking the Burj Khalifa said, according to the Hebrew newspaper: “We host hundreds of tourists from all countries of the world, some of them create problems, but we have not seen items stolen before, and recently we have seen Israeli tourists come to the hotel and pile (in bags) “Everything they have on hand, they steal towels, tea and coffee bags, and even lamps.”
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“On one occasion, an Israeli family with two children came to check-out, and we discovered that things were missing in the room,” the hotel manager said, pointing out that when the hotel staff tried to tell them that things in the room in which they were staying were missing, they started screaming.
He continued: “After the exchange of conversation, they finally agreed to open their bag and we discovered that they had ice containers, hangers and face towels. After we told them that we would inform the police, they decided to return the things and apologized.
It is worth noting that earlier, three Israeli airlines began operating direct flights between Tel Aviv and Dubai, in addition to the state-owned “flydubai” company, following the signing of Israel and the UAE in mid-September, an agreement to normalize relations between them, under the auspices of US President Donald Trump.