‘Lovers’ caught in act

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 30: The Ahmadi police have arrested an unidentified Arab woman and a Kuwaiti man for committing immoral acts, reports Al-Rai daily. A security source said the couple was arrested by a police patrol in Mahboula. The ‘lovers’ have been handed over to the concerned authorities. It has also been reported the woman was staying in the country illegally after the expiry of her residence permit

160 liquor bottles seized: Two Asian expatriates were arrested in Mahboula area in possession of 160 bottles of locally brewed liquor, reports Al-Seyassah daily. According to security sources, Ahmadi securitymen were patrolling Mahboula area when they stopped a Japanese-made vehicle with two occupants for checking. While checking their Civil IDs to discover they are Asian expatriates, securitymen sensed their nervousness and checked the vehicle. When they asked them to open the trunk of the vehicle, one of them started running. One of the patrol officers chased him and managed to catch him. When they checked the vehicle, they found 160 bottles of locally brewed liquor. When questioned, the suspects revealed that they were heading to Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh area to deliver the liquor bottles to a friend. Both suspects were arrested and referred to the Directorate General for Drug Control for necessary legal action against them. Meanwhile, a Kuwaiti citizen and a Syrian national were arrested for consuming alcohol and possessing six narcotic pills. Sources revealed that securitymen were patrolling Fahaheel area when they stopped two individuals who were walking by the roadside for checking. One of the suspects was a Kuwaiti citizen while the other was a Syrian national. When securitymen detected the smell of alcohol from them, they checked the suspects and found six narcotic pills. They were arrested and referred to the concerned authorities.

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