Ras Al Khaimah: An expatriate is on trial in Ras Al Khaimah Criminal Court for selling his employer three luxury cars he had rented from a car rental company. The three luxury cars – Bentley, Lamborghini and McLaren – were sold to the worker’s employer, also an expatriate, for a total price of Dh 1.65 million.
The Ras Al Khaimah Criminal Court adjourned the hearing on the case until September 12.
The worker was accused of selling three expensive luxury cars and collecting 1.65 million dirhams from his employer, before the latter discovered that the three vehicles were rented and did not belong to the accused. The employer filed a complaint with the police, saying it had purchased the defendant’s cars, but later found out that all three cars were owned by a car rental company.
Lawyers for the accused, Salem Ahmad Al Kit and Mahmoud Hanafi, said the court heard the case last Sunday and the hearing was adjourned to September 12 in order to summon the complainant while the accused remains in court. detention.
Al Kait said he begged the court to release his client because the documents attributed to him were forged. Al Kait added that the defense based its argument on the lack of logic by accusing its client of selling expensive cars.
The complainant claimed that the accused had worked for him for three months.