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Dubai Court Debates Meaning Of ‘F*ck Off’ Over ‘F*ck You’

 

 

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“MY client is a Canadian citizen and f*ck off is not an insult in Canada… but f*ck you is a curse and an insult. F*ck off is commonly used when a person expresses themselves metaphorically and asks another person, who angered them, to walk away,” says Uday Al Kazwini of Dar Al Balagh Advocates and Legal Consultants. He’s representing a 43-year-old Canadian before the Dubai Misdemeanour Court.

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Posted: 5th, November 2013 | In: Reviews, Strange But True | Comment