New Delhi:: Delhi police are searching for a person who allegedly cheated the Leela Palace resort in Delhi by posing as a member of the UAE royal family and staying there for greater than three months. The particular person, who’s now lacking, is alleged to have left the star resort with out paying a invoice totaling over Rs. 23 million. Mahamed Sharif was acknowledged as a person. Sharif advised resort staff that he labored for Sheikh Falah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, a member of the Abu Dhabi royal family. He booked right into a resort with a pretend enterprise card posing as a senior UAE authorities official, in accordance with media stories.
Sharif stayed at the resort in central Delhi from August 1 to (*23*) 20, then left abruptly. Not solely that, however he allegedly stole silverware and different gadgets from his room, in accordance with police. Sharif’s whole value at Leela Palace was round Rs.35 lakh, nevertheless, he solely paid Rs 11.5 lakh earlier than leaving.
According to the media, the police stated: “We are checking if he has finished this earlier than. He paid half of the invoice in August-September final 12 months after which gave the resort a examine for Rs 20 lakh. The examine was submitted in (*23*) and located to have been dishonored as a consequence of inadequate funds,” a senior police officer was quoted as saying by the report.
“A person, Mahamed Sharif, fled from Leela Palace resort with out paying unpaid bills of Rs 23.46 lakh after staying from August 1 to (*23*) 20 final 12 months. He checked in at the resort with a pretend enterprise card posing as a senior UAE authorities official; he can’t be discovered,” police were quoted as saying by ANI. Hotel staff believe the man arranged this and told them he would make the remaining money on November 22. However, he had disappeared two days before.