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European woman on a visit visa in flesh trade KD 57 becomes KD 57K - A lucky Man

KUWAIT CITY, July 15: Criminal Evidences personnel arrested one European woman in her 30s for practicing prostitution inside a hotel at Shaab area under the guidance of a prostitution ring abroad.

A security source said the Director of Criminal Evidences Department Major General Mahmoud Al-Tabakh received information about one European lady who arrived in the country five days ago on a visit visa to practice prostitution. Acting on information, a team of detectives was formed to follow up the activities of the lady. She was arrested after the report had been confirmed.
During investigation, the accused confessed worked upon the orders of the prostitution network in her country, while she was directed to clients by another person here in Kuwait. According to the lady, she didn’t receive direct payment from clients, noting the money was transferred to the network abroad.  In the meantime, a team of securitymen will monitor suspected flats to curb illegal activities in the country.   
40,000 to be absent: The Civil Service Commission (CSC) expects about 40,000 to remain absent from work during the last 10 days of the holy month of Ramadan, reports Al-Seyassah daily quoting a senior official from the CSC. The source stressed the CSC “will take all necessary measures to ensure work at all government institutions do not suffer”. The CSC is expected to take all possible measures and punish people who have obtained ‘forged’ sick leaves.
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KD 57 becomes KD 57K: A young Kuwaiti, identified as Nafel Al-Azmi, says he plans to spend his holiday in Morocco after the bank mistakenly deposited KD 57,000 into his account, reports Al-Shahed daily. According to the daily Al-Azmi deposited KD 57 into his bank account and was shocked when his bank balance read KD 57,000.
Obviously, a mistake had been committed by the bank. However, Al-Azmi without wasting a moment went to a bank branch and withdrew all the money. On his social media account, Al-Azmi said he will not return the money. He added that a lawyer said he can repay the money in installments. It is reported Al-Azmi then posted the photo of the money he had withdrawn, and some tweeters wished him a happy holiday in Morocco while others criticized him for causing harm to the banker on one hand and on the other, they said, he does not deserve the money.

By Mishal Al-Sanousi

Al-Seyassah Staff

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