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This man in Dubai has been jailed and fined AED200,000 for throwing fake notes on street

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Doing it for the ‘gram, a Dubai-based businessman has been jailed and fined AED200,000 after filming himself throwing fake 500 Euro notes on a street. 

The viral video of the businessman was made to gain more followers on the photo-sharing app Instagram according to the official records from the Dubai Court of First Instance. 

The businessman admitted to committing the act in an effort to show his followers that is leading an extravagant lifestyle. 

Following the arrest, he further admitted to producing 740 fake US dollars and buying fake Euro bills from an Asian man for AED1,000. 

The Asian was later jailed after being proven to sell fake bills to an undercover police officer.

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