Bribe. But don’t do it in a country where corruption is prosecuted:
An Emirati policeman has been sentenced to two years in jail and fined by the Abu Dhabi Criminal Court of First Instance for accepting a bribe and filing false reports of two accidents to help the Lebanese owner of a car rental agency collect insurance payouts.
Not uncommon to find Lebanese who think they are above everyone else, including the law. A perfect example of this are the ‘No Smoking’ signs at Beirut International Airport. You may fail to see them them thanks to the group of passengers standing in your way and smoking.
Of course, the Lebanese man was sentenced for his crimes:
The court also ordered the Lebanese man, the second accused, to two years in prison to be followed by deportation for bribing the policeman and claiming insurance money using the false reports.
A lesson to all: bribing only works in Lebanon.