The decision of the Saudi Court of Appeal was based on a complaint filed by two women who were neighbors of Sudani, saying that the incessant barking of the dog was a big nuisance and could not be tolerated. The judgment of the Jeddah Criminal Court in this regard was upheld by the Court of Appeal. The Saudi daily Uqas reported that the Sudanese expatriate was sentenced to 10 days in prison for disobeying common decency.
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The neighbors complained that Sudani’s pet dog was causing fear and causing damage to the neighbors. They alleged in the complaint that the dog has become a public nuisance. But the owner Sudani’s argument was that the allegation was baseless. He argued that his dog was poor and that the children in the building had disturbed the dog and it was barking non-stop. Therefore, he requested the court to dismiss the case against him, but to no avail.
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He had also produced certificates from the Ministry of Environment and Ministry of Agriculture giving permission to keep a dog in a residential area. He argued that he had the right to keep a dog in his home under the GCC Animal Welfare Act, but the Court of Appeal upheld the sentence on the grounds that the dog had become a nuisance to others. The court then sentenced the Sudanese expatriate to 10 days in jail and ordered him to sign and sign that he will no longer disturb others and will no longer keep a dog in his residential apartment.
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