Rotaru’s cell-phone number is scribbled on the wall of a women’s jail in Dubai.
That’s what a former inmate told her, and Rotaru does get a lot of calls from Dubai, including some from jail.
The woman denied the Pakistani man’s marriage claims.
Pakistani man jailed in UAE for having sex with friend’s wife When the man learnt that the woman was preparing to get married to another man in London earlier this year, the Pakistani man began threatening to shame her and reveal to her family that they were married, records show.
"Would you like me to tell you the difference between making love to an Egyptian woman and a European woman?
" "Mike", my driver in Luxor, leaned forward and gazed sincerely in my eyes. They have sex for two minutes, just to relieve themselves, and the women lie like boards.
You know, I think it's going to be coffee," Mike says earnestly, the sun setting in the desert hills behind him, with the Valley of the Kings just beyond. --but more drinks--and she comes close to me and starts touching me, and says she likes me." "And what did you do?
In 2016, she flew in to Dubai for a week during which she stayed with the man at a hotel.
The man claimed that he picked her up at Dubai International airport and drove to a flat in Sharjah where a Pakistani religious scholar got them married verbally.
Rotaru is often at the airport in Chisinau to meet those Moldovans who manage to get home with her help.
In some cases, she goes to pick them up in Odessa, the Black Sea port in Ukraine—Moldova, an ex-Soviet republic, is half-encircled by Ukraine—where a twice-weekly ferry from Istanbul docks. She has short, spiky hair of an unnatural brilliance—Red Planet, she told me cheerfully, is the brand name.