‘Touch on the hip’ accuser dropped complaint
Tabaza, the managing director of global technology firm Neuman & Esser, is said to have received death threats after the incident.
Mr Harron, from Stirling, has already been sentenced to a month in prison and fined 2,000 dirhams (£412) for drinking and making a rude gesture. He is due to be sentenced on another charge of public indecency, in which he claims to have touched Mr Tabaza’s hip to avoid spilling his drink.
Mr Harron will appear in court on October 22 and could face three years in prison if found guilty.
Jamie Harron faces a three-year sentence over allegations he touched a man’s hip.
A spokesman for Neuman & Esser confirmed Mr Tabaza has dropped the complaint, adding: “With the punishment to be expected, our employee decided to withdraw the complaint despite the harassment being confirmed by witnesses.”