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Students prevented from cheating rampage Thief surprises man at 2 am

KUWAIT CITY, June 26: Some school students in Jahra went on a rampage and broke windshields and damaged the vehicles of teachers and even the director of the school, because the school authorities applied strict discipline and prevented the students from cheating in exams, reports Al-Seyassah daily.

The vehicles were reportedly parked in front of the homes of teachers who have called upon the authorities to stop such student behavior.

According to sources, the teachers and the school administration has urged the security authorities to stop such incidents.

The school administration claims such activity has increased over the past few years but they have seen no reaction from the concerned authorities.

In another story, a Kuwaiti man, whose identity has not been disclosed, has filed a complaint with the Salwa Police Station accusing an unidentified burglar of breaking into his home and threatening to kill him, reports Alam Alyawm daily.

The complainant told the police, he woke up at 2:00 am when he felt strange movements in his house and saw a man pointing a gun at him. The suspect then ordered him to keep calm, chained him and escaped in a hurry. After the thief left, the man found pieces of broken glass on the floor and KD 300 missing which was on a table in the hall. Personnel from the Criminal Evidences Department have lifted fingerprints.

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