Two British teachers are locked up in a hellhole jail in Oman on suspicion of stealing DOGS after ’trying to rescue the abused animals from their cruel owner’

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Two British instructors have been secured up a 'hellhole' prison in Oman in the wake of being blamed for taking canines. 

Jennifer Green, 33, and a female companion have been held for as long as 12 days however guarantee they were 'attempting to safeguard manhandled creatures' from an 'unfeeling' proprietor. 

Relatives state they are concerned and Ms Green's sibling Mike said he has been attempting to travel to Oman to help. 

The ladies were functioning as English Language educators for the British Council – which advances UK culture abroad - in Muscat before they were captured. 

Mr Green, of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, said the ladies were attempting to 'spare two abused mutts' who had been forgotten in 'burning' heat. 

He blamed Omani authorities for detaining them on 'exaggerated' charges including drink driving and open inebriation 'without proof'. 

He revealed to The Sun: 'I'm really anxious. She's being secured up jail throughout the previous twelve days and in light of the fact that it's Ramadan, nothing is going on.' 

Mr Green, 35, who is right now in New Zealand on business, included one of his sister's companions has disclosed to him the specialists are attempting to weight the ladies into conceding violations they didn't submit. 

He said they were at first discharged by police subsequent to consenting to pay the mutts' proprietor £4,000 yet that when it went to court the judge required a further examination since he thought they had been drinking. 

He included: 'I'm truly stressed as is the whole family. At first she was simply conveyed to the police headquarters yet was given up. 

'She called me when she was discharged and she didn't appear to be too worried about it at the time yet it has clearly heightened from that point forward.' 

Ms Green has been in Oman for over a year and it is comprehended the British Council has been in contact with Omani authorities to endeavor to determine the circumstance. 

A British Council representative said it knew about the episode yet 'couldn't examine subtleties of a progressing lawful case'. 

MailOnline has moved toward the British Council and the Foreign Office for input.

 

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