Emairat chats sex

The Virtual Global Taskforce (VGT) is actively involved in investigating suspicious behaviour online with or towards a child.

Some residents of Dubai have fallen victims of sexual blackmail after they were lured into having video chats via apps on social networking sites such as Badoo Facebook and Skype, according to the Arabic daily ‘Emarat Al Youm’.

The newspaper said the victims didn’t realise that they were being trapped by professional gangs lured men to appear naked in the front of webcams, recorded the scenes and then blackmailed them.

A source at the Department of Computer Crime of Dubai Police revealed to Emarat Al Youm that the department had received several complaints from extortion victims.

One of the victims told Emarat Al Youm newspaper that he was involved in a relationship with a ‘woman’ through the Badoo website which allows dating people near the places they live.

“She asked me to strip naked in the front of her but I refused at the beginning but later agreed to undress partially.

While I was talking to her, she put on a video of him naked on You Tube.

She sent me the link and asked me to take a look at the video and I was shocked when I saw myself naked.

“I discovered later that the woman, who claimed to be a divorcee, was actually a man who used to lure men into sex, record the scenes and then blackmail them,” he said.

He said that when he spoke to ‘her’ for some time, she tried to obtain his personal information and asked him to talk to her via Skype.

“I was so happy with the chance I got that I naively walked into the trap.

He showed me an indecent video of a woman to convince me that he is indeed a woman,” he said.

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