The woman said the man had even threatened to kill her if she married someone else.
Following the threats, the woman and her father flew to Dubai to file a complaint against the man who was then arrested.
Friends with benefits is where two people have sex with someone they generally consider a friend or someone they are fairly close to.
A study of hookup culture at the University of Iowa found that waiting to have sex does not contribute to a stronger future relationship.
Instead, the study found that what mattered most was the goal individuals had going into a relationship.
Hooking up became a widespread practice among young people in the 1980s and 1990s.
Researchers say that what differentiates hooking up from casual sex in previous generations of young people is the "virtual disappearance" of dating, which had been dominant from the postwar period onwards.
Attitudes to casual sex range from conservative and religious views, the extreme of which may result in imprisonment or even capital punishment for sexual relations outside heterosexual marriage, to liberal or libertarian views, the extreme of which is free love.
During the sexual revolution in the United States and Europe in the 1960s and 1970s, social attitudes to sexual issues underwent considerable changes.
Also, marriage is defined in quite different ways in different cultures, for example, with "short-term marriage" (see Nikah mut'ah) a cover for prostitution, or polygamy.
Swingers in the lifestyle engage in casual sex with others for a variety of reasons.
Overall, there was a perception that sexual norms are far more permissive on spring break vacation than at home, providing an atmosphere of greater sexual freedom and the opportunity for engaging in new sexual experiences.
Of the 681 students who completed a questionnaire after the break, 15% of males and 13% of females had engaged in casual sex during the break.
Recreational or social sex refer to sexual activities that focus on sexual pleasure without a romantic emotional aspect or commitment.