London: A British girl, who was jailed for a boozy sex romp in Dubai and banned for life from any Arab country, has slammed the country’s hypocrisy in dealing with crime.
Danielle Spencer, 31, danced provocatively for new fellow Kiwi banker Toby Carroll, 34, then stripped naked and covered them both with baby oil as they launched into a passionate clinch on his bed.
But his enraged Brazilian girlfriend Priscila Ferreira burst in and threw herself into a wild attack in which she chased Spencer into the bathroom and threatened to kill the pair with a kitchen knife.
Spencer told how police were called to the bust-up - before all three were thrown into jail for breaking strict Muslim morality laws.
The trio were taken to the infamous Bur Dubai Police Station where they signed unintelligible papers written in Arabic before being taken down to holding cells.
Spencer and her stunning 25-year-old attacker Ferreira spent the next 32 days in a foul cell with six other women - including a wild-eyed Russian awaiting trial for murder - and forced to sleep side by side on a stained, bug-infested single mattress.
“Dubai is a place where the bars are bursting with booze and hookers yet having sex with someone is viewed as serious a crime as trying to kill them,” Danielle told the Sun in the first interview after her release.
“I don’t know what stinks more - the filthy jail I ended up in or the hypocrisy,” she stated.
Spencer had moved to Dubai five years ago and started a career as a property analyst.
She was convicted of sex outside marriage, even though she claimed she had not actually managed to have sex with Carroll before Ferreira burst in. She was handed a one-month jail sentence.
Later she was sent to a grim detention centre where she lived in fear among thieves and prostitutes for a further seven days before finally being put on a flight to the UK.
Danielle - who has started her new life in the US - said: “I couldn`t be happier to get away. I’m banned from Dubai and virtually every other Arab country - and I’m absolutely delighted," she said.