Dis­gust at brunch an­tics

7 Days in Dubai - - PEOPLE -

She wore a black back­less onesie which was also split to the navel. He wore what looked to be his 13-year-old brother’s trousers. And there they wer,e wait­ing for their car, af­ter in­dulging in the Fri­day brunch, drink­ing glasses still in hand! A beau­ti­ful, high-class Ara­bic ho­tel ver­sus lowlife from where? How could she get the dress code so wrong? How could they both think that it was ac­cept­able to take/thieve their drink­ing glasses from the es­tab­lish­ment in plain sight of ev­ery­one? The valet were amused, if not em­bar­rassed; none of them went to as­sist her as she stum­bled to her car. As a long-term ex­pat I guess I have come to ex­pect this vul­gar be­hav­iour from some. Please woman, next time wear a pash­mina, don’t take the glass­ware and prefer­ably head to a one-star es­tab­lish­ment where you clearly be­long. Don’t spoil one of the best ho­tels in town with your crass­ness. Re­nee, Dubai

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