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MOROCCANS – The ultimate. Visit Dubai airport when the Air Morocco flight arrives and watch them get into cars with rich Arabs. They are hardly found in pubs and hotels. You need excellent contacts to get one in your hand. They come with a very expensive tag (Dhs.3000 and above) and are said to be value for money. They usually come to Dubai to meet some rich Arab who will maintain her. If you have the luck, money & contact…go for a Moroccan.
BRITISH – They are usually found in pubs / discos in star hotels. Try the ones in Sheraton, Hyatt, Dubai Plaza, Shell Inn, Ramada, Cyclone, etc. They drink a lot before they agree to come along and charge over Dhs.1,000 for a shot. They are considered good and are mostly picked up by Arabs and Brits themselves. Mostly they are 18-25 years or above 35 years. They will require you to take them to your apartment (no furnished apartments or hotels for them) and you will incur more then you had planned to spend.
Hope that suffices your inquisitiveness and ticks you on the search. Dubai is great by night and hopping from one pub to the next will really open out your search and keep your options open. Try visiting Cyclone and check out the variety that it offers. Be on foot in Deira and take the Yousuf Baker Road (near Claridge Hotel) and walk upto Al Nasr Square after 7 pm and continue through the bylanes to the Gold Souq. You will discove the best in Arabic nightlife.
‘Potential Prostitutes’ site posts photos and phone numbers of women users claim are hookers and charges ‘offenders’ for removal.
By Victoria Wellman 21:59 GMT 28 Dec 2012, updated 21:59 GMT 28 Dec 2012.
Latest From MailOnline.
‘Potential Prostitutes’ site posts photos and phone numbers of women users claim are hookers and charges ‘offenders’ for removal.
A website that posts pictures of women who others claim are paid for sex, is threatening to publicly humiliate those who are innocent of any such activity.
Potential Prostitutes accepts submissions from anonymous sources claiming to have information about women who work in the sex industry and posts not only their photographs but their personal contact details too.
The site maintains that it is not responsible for background checks or the veracity of the accusations, and that anyone who wishes to have their profile removed – innocent or not – will be charged $100.
Seizing on a moral argument for the site’s creation the homepage claims: ‘All our offenders have been reported by local community members who feel these offenders should be taught a lesson before their actions escalate.’
Closely mimicking Predators Watch, a site that targets ‘potential’ sex predators, Potential Prostitutes collates the information it receives and provides a database of offenders.
Users can browse the names and faces of the women in the database or submit a new ‘offender’ at the click of a button.
Peppered in between the personal photos provided by the site’s ‘community members’ are official mugshots of already convicted criminals.
Tarnished: User information is not fact-checked by the site who says it is protected from libel under Section 230 of the law, so anyone could find themselves listed and would have to pay $100 to have their profile removed.
The fact that it is so easy to label someone a ‘potential prostitute’ will no doubt lead many to question how the site will not be sued a hundred times over by women defending their innocence.
In the meantime it has attracted passionate criticism online.
One Facebook user posted on the Potential Prostitutes page: ‘I can only hope the makers of this site/webpage all get cancer and die horribly. And that those you’ve wrongly vilified get their justice.’
Jezebel noted in concern: ‘It treats sex workers as if they were sex offenders – the site literally calls them “offenders.” And New York Magazine called it the ‘Worst Website Ever’ on its Intelligencer page.
But says the site on its FAQ page, suing will come to nothing as the publishers of the site are protected by the Communications Deceny Act, Section 230 – a law that implicates the source of the information as the criminal in online accusations, and not the provider.
Furthermore, it claims to have already won a slew of libel cases and clearly hopes to discourage anyone from suing based on this fact.
One lawyer however has already blown a hole in this story pointing to the length of time the site has been up.
Kenneth White told BoingBoing.net: ‘That’s a lie. The site was registered in October 2012. It’s part of the stock language such sites use.’
Mr White went on to say: ‘Courts are still determining application of Section 230 to extortion sites, [but] even the most generous application of Section 230 wouldn’t apply if the ‘user submission’ was a hoax – if the purveyors of the site were themselves the ones populating it with pictures under the guise of users doing it.
‘That’s something that would come out in discovery in any case. There’s reason to question whether the content is actually user-submitted, or whether the purveyors put it in themselves, when a brand-new site appears already populated with content.’

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