INSIDE Dubai fans said they'd rather holiday in Slough after the show revealed 'real' awful conditions.
Viewers took to Twitter in their droves to complain about the work conditions and lifestyle depicted in the BBC2 documentary on the super-rich in the middle-east.
Fans were not impressed with the conditions after watching Inside Dubai: Playground of the Rich and mocked the estate agents comparing them to David Brent from The Office, as well as the obscene levels of excess on display.
One Tweeted: "Honestly I’d rather go on holiday to Slough."
Another said: "What an enlightening show. I really don't think I will be going there anytime soon. It does not appeal one little bit."
A third chimed in about a luxury property that had just been sold: "Am I missing something? Amazing views?!? It’s a high-rise monstrosity."
A fourth said: "That office really does look like a cheap call centre in Slough. Totally soulless #InsideDubai."
A fifth said: "There is literally nothing about Dubai that could ever entice me to visit."
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Another fan said: "It's the place where everyone wants to be. Yeah right, but not me."
Meanwhile during the episode, fans were furious after Brit, Mark, decided to leave his family in the UK to take a job offer in Dubai.
He made the agonising decision after he fought back tears while speaking to his kids on a video call.
One said: "Cash or my children? Poor kids."
Another said: "Oh no, he's been sold the dream. Not sure it will end well."
A third chimed in: "So Mark's chosen money over being a present parent in his children's lives. Stella priorities there, mate."
Meanwhile one fan sympathised with him saying: "Cannot fault Mark making decision to provide for his family."
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