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He was said to be 'angry, disappointed, and dreads what may happen next'.

He was initially jailed for five days and then released on bail with his passport confiscated.

It has stables in Newmarket, Sydney and Melbourne and has its headquarters in Dubai.

The sheikh has himself has also won victories on horseback, including a double in the Longines FEI World Endurance Championships at Euston Hall in Thetford five years ago.

Speaking of his ordeal, he said: 'I think it was a bad situation, to be honest. I am happy to be home.'His mother, 55, said it is 'brilliant' to finally have her son home and kissed him on the cheek after he touched down.

I didn't see the light at the end of the tunnel.'I still couldn't believe it had actually happened and what it was that was going on.'Even now that I'm actually home, I still can't believe that it was actually three and a half months.'I'm looking forward to a good night's sleep in my bed cause I was sleeping on my mate's couch. Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum is thought to have intervened due to growing international pressure.

But he was able to leave the country after the charges were dropped and said he can't wait for 'a good night's sleep in my bed' after landing at Glasgow Airport.

He was photographed on Tuesday evening with his thumbs up at the airport and was pictured embracing his delighted mother Patricia, father Graham and sister Jordan.

He also said his parents are 'ecstatic' that he is returning after his experience with the 'absolute shambles' of Dubai's justice system.

She said of Harron: 'He was understandably nervous; as similar calls from the police in other cases were merely tactics to lure individuals into police custody.'Yesterday it was revealed that Harron had his garage broken into at his home in Scotland.

Writing on Facebook, Jordan Harron said: 'So to add to Jamie's ordeal. His garage has now been broken into with a saw, things stolen one of which his good bike!

'He feels betrayed and exploited by the system, which did not investigate the reports of key witnesses in his defence and led him to believe that the case would be dropped.' She added: 'His family was unable to visit him during this critical time because they faced a very real risk of imprisonment themselves under the UAE's cyber crime laws which forbid criticism of the government.' Harron had already been sentenced in absentia to 30 days in prison for failing to appear at a court hearing for making a rude gesture and drinking alcohol during the same July incident.

Stirling said she believed a decree from Dubai's ruler, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, had resolved the case.