A 40-year-old n Iranian visitor allegedly possessed forged hundred-dollar notes worth US$800 for promoting them in the UAE, the Dubai Criminal Court heard.
A Filipina accountant testified that while she was working in City Centre Carrefour, the accused paid her US$300 for his purchases.
“I gave the money to a colleague to check with a machine whether they were genuine. They were found to be forged, so the police was notified, “ she said.
Police confiscated another US$500 with MRR and all notes were proved to be forged.
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