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Can't seem to find my post from yesterday regarding the Prize trip to Dubai

Housebound
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As homosexuality is illegal in Dubai is it safe for LGBTQ+ customers to enter this prize draw?

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@Housebound It appears that your post from yesterday was deleted. You might want to ask @Martin-O2@Marjo, or @EmilieT, who are our community managers, as to the reason why.

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That's what I suspected.  

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It's over a week till the draw so it can't be that...

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@Housebound I think you answered your own question in your first post.

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Without getting into lengthy discussion @Housebound I would categorically say O2 don't bar anyone from entering their prize draws. That would be discrimination. It's up to the individual as to whether they wish to enter however.

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I guess thet can't guaruntee any gay O2 customers not getting arrested for being gay while being on the trip?

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There are taboos in every country and it's up to each visitor to read up on what's acceptable to them and whether they wish to go there. 

So, it's up to you to decide, if you think you are likely to go against the laws then don't enter the competition  Your choice, O2 merely give  you the option  J

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@Housebound wrote:

I guess thet can't guaruntee any gay O2 customers not getting arrested for being gay while being on the trip?


Obviously not!

I have no affiliation whatsoever with O2 or any subsidiary companies. Comments posted are entirely of my own opinion. This is not Customer Service so we are unable to help with account specific issues.

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It's not a tabo it's illegal. As in people go to prison for it
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