Man suspecting affair beats up wife’s workplace manager

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 29: An Arab man has lodged a complaint at Rumaithiya Police Station, accusing another expatriate of assaulting him and breaking his teeth, reports Al-Rai daily.
The expatriate, who was summoned to police station, admitted to the act and said he had a suspicion that his wife was cheating on him and was having an affair with the Arab who was a manager at the place she worked. The expatriate said he could not control himself when he came home unexpectedly and saw the manager leaving his flat. He said he started beating and punching the manager in a fit of anger.
The manager, however, said he went to the woman’s house to hand over her indemnity as her contract had come to an end. The woman will be summoned for further investigation.

Cop doing drugs: Customs officers at Al-Nuwaiseeb border post have referred a policeman to authorities for consuming drugs and threatening officials on duty, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily.
The policeman, who wrongly claimed to be a lieutenant colonel, was under the influence of drugs and did not allow inspectors to search his car. He threatened that he would report them directly to the Interior Minister.

Teen  held in chase: Farwaniya police have arrested a Kuwaiti teenager for stealing from cars and houses, reports Al-Anba daily.
The youth, 19, was driving a jeep and a police patrol on routine duty checked records and found out that the vehicle was used in a theft. The officer asked the teenager to pull over and the latter obliged, but only to take to his heels. The officer then chased and arrested the youth.

School admin set alight: Police are looking for unidentified persons who broke into Palestine High School in Rumaithiya and set fire to the administration office, reports Al-Rai daily.
Firefighters extinguished the fire and prevented it from spreading to other offices. Sources say the miscreants stole computers and some important papers and damaged the contents of the administration office by setting it on fire.
Personnel from the Criminal Evidences Department have lifted fingerprints from the scene to identify the culprits.

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