Dubai Police issue warning to fans ahead of Presidential Cup final


Dubai Police have issued a warning to fans gearing up for the final match of the President's Cup, which kicks off tonight at the Hazza bin Zayed Stadium. 

In a statement shared on social media, Dubai Police warned drivers not alter vehicles, disrupt traffic, or hold unauthorised gatherings that can disrupt traffic flow or block roads.

Fans are reminded not to modify vehicles, including the addition of noise-enhancing parts.

They also issued a stern warning against exceeding the capacity of the vehicle and exiting or hanging out of windows and sunroofs.

Dubai Police warn fans follow the laws, and to enjoy and celebrate responsibly.



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