Dubai authorities detained at least 11 Ukrainian women who posed naked in broad daylight along with a male Russian photographer on charges of public debauchery and producing pornography. Earlier this week , images and videos of the naked women splattered across social media and sent a wave of shock through the emirate, where a legal code based on Islamic law, or Shariah, has landed foreigners in jail for tamer offenses. Dubai police have declined to identify those detained. More than a dozen women appeared in the widely shared video. Ukrainian and Russian authorities confirmed the arrest of their citizens Tuesday, but the nationalities of the others detained were not immediately known.
Faked nude images of more than , women have been created from social media pictures and shared online, according to a new report. Clothes are digitally removed from pictures of women by Artificial Intelligence AI , and spread on the messaging app Telegram. Some of those targeted "appeared to be underage", the report by intelligence company Sensity said. Deepfakes are computer-generated, often realistic images and video, based on a real template.
Those involved in naked photo shoot in Dubai to be deported
By Will Stewart for MailOnline. The American playboy in custody over a 'spur of the moment' picture of naked Ukrainian woman on a balcony in Dubai has claimed it was 'art' and denies telling 'his friends' to take off their clothes. Vitaliy Grechin, 41, remains incarcerated in Dubai where he has tested positive for Covid Meanwhile the women in the shoot, from Ukraine , have all been released from 'jail hell' and deported in disgrace with a five year ban on returning to the United Arab Emirates.