Charlotte Crosby nearly gets arrested at Dubai airport due to sex toy in bag

Geordie Shore star Charlotte Crosby had a brush with the law in Dubai Airport after a sex toy was found in her hand luggage.

It's illegal to take sex toys into the United Arab Emirates, or even to have them delivered there. Anyone caught trying to bring a sex toy into the country will have it immediately confiscated and they face a risk of prosecution.

The reality star, 31, begged airport security to not take any further action after she was pulled over at the airport as she arrived to watch the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix this coming weekend.

Charlotte was with her best friend Adam Frisby, and it was Adam who shared the news on Instagram once the pair were able to travel to their hotel.


Adam explained: “Charlotte and I got pulled at the airport because she had a sex toy in her hand luggage.

"She nearly got arrested and we had to plead with airport security. I mean you couldn’t make it up. Absolute belter of a start.”

Charlotte has always been open about her use of sex toys, and has promoted them in the past, even posting a YouTube video to tell her fans all about it.

The Ex star has only just got back from a trip to the Maldives, another country where sex toys are banned. She went on a romantic trip with her current boyfriend Jake Ankers.


Charlotte split from her previous boyfriend Luke Beaumont in the summer of 2021, with the pair finding their relationship had changed after Covid restrictions had been lifted.

Jake, who is a convicted criminal, met Charlotte through mutual friends. Their relationship is going from strength to strength with the star pictured with out with his mum recently.

A source told The Sun: “Charlotte is great with parents and got on really well with Jake’s mum, who has invited her round over Christmas.”

It’s not clear whether Charlotte knew about Jake’s conviction when they met. As reported in the Manchester Evening News, in 2017 he was given a 16-week prison sentence suspended for two years as well as 100 hours’ of unpaid work after pleading guilty to conspiracy to commit criminal damage.

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