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It is hard for my friends to imagine what was going through my head when I was told I would be jailed for months.'I am struggling to come to terms with being released but will be having dinner with my friends tonight before I leave for good.'He added that he is delighted to be coming home and wanted to thank Dubai's ruler.He also said his parents are 'ecstatic' that he is returning after his experience with the 'absolute shambles' of Dubai's justice system.As well as being a much-hailed leader, he is also a published poet and a keen equestrian.His family owns the world-famous Godolphin stable, of which he is the driving force.A British man who was sentenced to three months' imprisonment in Dubai for touching another man's hip has today had the charges against him dropped.Jamie Harron, 27, from Stirling, was sentenced in his absence for public indecency in the Middle Eastern country yesterday.The 68-year-old succeeded his brother as leader of the tiny Middle Eastern city in 2006 and has been credited with turning it into a global business and tourism destination.He oversaw the building of the Burj Al Arab hotel and the Palm Islands in Dubai alongside many other projects.
He was initially jailed for five days and then released on bail with his passport confiscated.
In Dubai, as in the other seven sheikhdoms that make up the United Arab Emirates, absolute power rests with the hereditary ruler.
'It was just a public-relations nightmare for the country,' Stirling said.
Today, I was phoned to say I could collect my passport.'The past few months have been up and down and full of worry for everyone.
I am arranging flights back home now and can't wait to see my family.'It's going to take me a while to recover.