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The spirits of Christmas past, present and future warn him of the consequences he would suffer if he fails to adapt his behaviour for the UAE.

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A British Embassy video warning UK holidaymakers travelling to Dubai over the festive season not to drink too much has been called 'insulting' to tourists wrongly thrown in jail.

The video, posted on the embassy's Twitter, Facebook and You Tube channels, is a five-minute stop motion animation starring LEGO characters and is based on Charles Dickens' novel A Christmas Carol.

Dubbed 'A Consular Christmas Carol', it follows Edward Beaver-Rouge, a recent expat spending his first Christmas in the UAE, to illustrate the cultural differences between the UK and United Arab Emirates.

A British Embassy video warning UK holidaymakers travelling to Dubai over the festive season not to drink too much has been called 'insulting' to tourists thrown in jail and wrongly accused.

Pictured: The video ends with a happy and respectable scene in Dubai In the last year, tourism police in the UAE dealt with 1,623 complaints.

They include the recent case of Jamie Harron, a 27-year-old tourist from Scotland, who was accused of drunkenly touching a businessman in Dubai bar.

The laws and customs are different in the UK, but even there you took it too far.'Towards the end of the video, the Ghost of Christmas Present tells him: 'Everyone celebrates differently, but it doesn't have to end in embarrassment and regret.'The British Ambassador to the UAE, Philip Parham, said: 'There is likely to be a significant number planning to enjoy Christmas and the New Year in the UAE.