The world’s first fully operational police robot, named Robocop, has been unveiled at a security expo in Dubai.The world’s first operational police robot has been unveiled in Dubai.Only the gay men aren’t looking for GHB, crystal meth or any of the other drugs associated with the UK subculture. But that doesn’t stop gay men wanting to get their hands on it.
Whereas gay venues can remain permanently open in the UK and openly advertise their function, things are different in the Emirate of Dubai.
Strict homophobic laws necessitate any gay gatherings to be more clandestine. Instead, one of the more relaxed hotel bars is adopted for the night.
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It includes a built in tablet device so people are able to pay fines and report crimes straight from the robot itself, and it can also send and receive messages from police headquarters.
Brigadier-General Khalid Nasser Al Razzouqi, Director-General of Smart Services with the Dubai Police said in a statement: “The launch of the world’s first operational Robocop is a significant milestone for the Emirate and a step towards realising Dubai’s vision to be a global leader in smart cities technology adoption.Importantly, he later notes that when under the influence “anal penetration becomes easier, probably from a combination of muscular relaxation and decreased pain perception.” Crucially it is this that makes poppers the most sought after drug by gay men in Dubai; more than coke or ecstasy.Or as Geoff puts it: “It serves a purpose in the bedroom.” Of course, the use of poppers during sex isn’t everyone’s cup of tea.What’s interesting about Dubai is the scarcity of poppers appears to drive that need.And the lack of any in a club environment gives the drug a darker, less frivolous aura.This lack of poppers in a more social environment has changed the drug’s image in Dubai, says Geoff.