New Rules Mean You Could Be Hit With An AED1,000 Fine For One Simple Act
A law to reinforce UAE’s cleanliness has been implemented and violating it will result in heavy fines.
Dubai residents have been warned against posting random advertisement and posters on buildings and violators will be fined AED 1,000.
The Dubai Municipality’s released a video explaining the law
إلصاق الإعلانات العشوائية على جدران المباني سيكلفك غرامة قدرها 1000 درهم
Sticking random advertisements on buildings will cost you 1,000 AED fine pic.twitter.com/7JVdqCs2uk
— بلدية دبي (@DMunicipality) December 9, 2017
The follows a similar warning earlier this year by Abu Dhabi Municipality that those who post unlicensed advertisements in public areas will be fined AED 1,000.
In Ras Al Khaimah, violators will be given a fine ranging fro Dh2,000 to AED10,000.