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Harron told her: 'Just stop crying mum, don't be upset anymore.
Don't cry anymore.' He said he put his hand on businessman Emad Tabaza's hip to avoid spilling a drink in a crowded bar.
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.
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.
The 40-year-old claims he was tricked into flying out to the Middle East to meet with officials from Gulf Finance House, from whom he had been trying to buy the football club.
But the deal fell through and he claims he was arrested on the trumped-up charges in March 2014.
The British man who was sentenced to three months' imprisonment in Dubai for touching another man's hip has tonight landed back in the UK after the charges against him were dropped.The vice president and prime minister of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, has exonerated Harron, according to the group Detained in Dubai.