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They decided to move to avoid any aggravation, but Mr Harron had to walk past the man, and as he passed, he placed his hand on the right hand side of the top of the man's hip to ensure that when passing they didn't bump and spill drinks 'in a move familiar to most UK patrons of crowded pubs'.
While the man showed no sign of agitation as Jamie and his friend passed, he later became very animated before the police appeared outside.
'If Jamie is sentenced to prison, he faces human rights violations and torture.
The English High Court has ruled against extradition to the UAE based on the 'very real risk of unfair trials and torture' but the UK government has refused to increase warnings, largely due to their financial and diplomatic ties with the UAE.'Both Jamie and his family are anxious for him to be back home in Stirling as soon as possible.'His case follows that of Edinburgh plasterer Billy Barclay, 31, who was released this week after being held for trying to swap a £20 note, which he did not know was forged, at a bureau de change in Dubai.
The Jordanian man who had a British tourist arrested in Dubai for touching him on the hip has been identified as the Managing Director of a global technology giant.
Emad Tabaza accused Jamie Harron of public indecency after the 27-year-old tried to squeeze past him in a popular night spot - meaning he could face up to three years in a UAE jail.
I just want this to be over and to be back with my family.' Jamie Harron, 27, is facing three years behind bars in Dubai for public indecency.
'When Jamie was in his prison cell the night of the arrest, his friend accompanied him to the police station. The accuser's friends were telling him to just drop the matter, and that he had taken it too far.
'We can't believe that this nightmare has gone on for three months. The problem was made worse when Jamie was sacked from his job amidst the proceedings, forcing him to rack up large credit card debts.
Graham also blasted the Foreign & Commonwealth Office for promoting Dubai as a holiday spot to British tourists, and failing to mention the risks faced by visitors.'People have to stop visiting that country,' he said.
Speaking to BBC Radio 4's Today programme on Monday, Ms Stirling said: 'He [the accuser] was saying things like "do you know who I am?
"'His friends told him to drop the case, saying that it had gone too far, but he didn't.'Mr Harron was arrested three months ago and released, but has been trapped in Dubai ever since because his passport was confiscated.