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SALT Bae was filmed meeting wanted billionaire Isabel dos Santos at his Dubai restaurant as she continues to dodge cops on luxury trips.

Interpol have issued a "red notice" for the 49-year-old tycoon's arrest for alleged embezzlement, fraud, influence peddling and money laundering.

She has faced corruption accusations for years and is the richest woman in Africa as the daughter of Angola’s former president Jose Eduardo dos Santos who ruled for 38 years until 2017.

Angolan public prosecutor Helder Pitta Gros said they had filed an international arrest warrant for her – accusing her of causing more than $5billion losses during her father's rule.

As cops continue to hunt her down, dos Santos appears to be enjoying a life of luxury, posting pictures of her holidays, fancy dinners, and even the World Cup in Qatar.

An official document related to the Interpol notice reportedly says dos Santos is often in Portugal, Britain and the United Arab Emirates.

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And in December, she was tagged by a friend in an Instagram post, where she can be seen enjoying a meal at Salt Bae's Nusr-Et Steakhouse Dubai, Bellingcat reports.

She featured in another friend’s post from the fame-hungry celebrity chef's restaurant on the same day.

It's not clear if Salt Bae knew who she was.

Interpol has issued a "request to law enforcement worldwide to locate and provisionally arrest" dos Santos.

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She is at the centre of the Luanda Leaks – which revealed decades of confidential business dealings and led to accusations of embezzlement and fraud by prosecutors.

Dos Santos has said she is the victim of “political persecution” and denied the accusations.

She described the Luanda Leaks as “without substance” and described the charges as a political “witch hunt”.

The Angolan billionaire has not yet been detained – despite frequently sharing her location on social media.

It comes after Salt Bae was ridiculed after posting a video of him taking a bath with his sunglasses on.

He been repeatedly slammed after many fans cringed at his attention-seeking antics at the World Cup in Qatar.

The clip first shows the Turkish restaurateur – real name is Nusret Gökçe – waking up with cucumber slapped on his eyes at his £36million palace in Istanbul, Macka Palace.

Salt Bae is rumoured to have splashed out £36million on the luxury Park Hyatt hotel in 2019, and moved into his own apartment within the palace that year too.

The flat was previously owned by 20th-century playwright Abdülhak Hâmid Tarhan, popularly known in Turkey as the Grand Poet.

The five-star property boasts total of 90 generously sized deluxe rooms and suites – with prices starting at around £350 per night.

Salt Bae sparked a Fifa probe when he somehow got himself in among the winning team and managed to get a selfie with Lionel Messi as he celebrated his team's triumph.

But in the run-up, he was seen badgering the superstar and repeatedly grabbing his arm until the player relented and posed for a picture.

The chef was slammed on Twitter as “pathetic” for his attention-seeking antics, which were also described as the “cringiest thing ever”.

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The fury continued after he posted pics on Instagram of him holding the 18-carat gold trophy, worth £17 million, a privilege reserved for the winning team and heads of state.

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