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迪拜乞丐月入47万:网友高呼求组团(双语)

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  Begging is surely big business. And it has proven to be so in Dubai, where a recently arrested beggar was found making as much as 270,000 dirham (around 73,500 U.S. dollars) a month.

  乞讨可是一笔大生意。在迪拜乞讨就证明了这一点,那里最近逮捕了一个乞丐,发现他的月收入居然多达27万迪拉姆(约73500美元,47万人民币)。

  The beggar was among dozens arrested by Dubai Municipality inspectors, local media reported.

  据当地媒体报道,迪拜市政巡逻员逮捕了几十个乞讨者,此人只是其中之一。

  Fifty nine beggars were caught during the first three months of 2016, said Faisal Al Badiawi, head of the markets section at the Dubai Municipality, in a statement.

  迪拜市市场部门主管Faisal Al Badiawi 在一份声明中说,2016年前三个月共抓了59名乞丐。

  Those arrests were part of a campaign carried out by the municipality in cooperation with the emirate’s police to combat begging in Dubai.

  这些逮捕行动是迪拜市与阿联酋警方合作进行的打击乞讨活动的一部分。

  “Some of the beggars had passports issued with business or tourist visas,” Al Badiawi told reporters.

  Faisal Al Badiawi在接受采访时说,“有些乞讨者是持有商务或旅游签证的。”

  “During the campaign, we found that the majority of beggars had entered the country legally with a three-month visa, in order to collect as much money as they could during their time here,” Al Badiawi explained.

  Al Badiawi解释说,“在逮捕活动中,我们发现大多数乞讨者都是通过3个月旅游签证合法的‘混’到迪拜,在这段时间他们尽可能多的去赚钱。”

  The seizures showed that one beggar was making about 73,500 dollars per month. “More money was collected on Fridays when beggars stood in front of mosques,” Al Badiawi said.

  缴获结果显示,一个乞丐每月大约收入73500美元。Al Badiawi 说,“这些乞丐每星期五在清真寺门口“开工”时,还有可能赚到更多的钱。”

  Local authorities of Dubai have been carrying out year-long operations to combat begging along the city streets.

  迪拜当局针对这些街头乞讨者展开了长达一年的逮捕行动。

  In 2015, up to 197 begging-related arrests were made during an anti-begging campaign around Ramadan, according to a previous report of Gulf News. Police said street begging affects the city’s security.

  据海湾新闻之前的一个报道,2015年斋月期间开展的一次反乞讨运动中,多达197名乞讨者被逮捕。警方称,街头乞讨影响城市的安全。




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