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80 kilos spoiled food destroyed Owners of unlicensed shops deported

KUWAIT CITY, July 23: The Jahra Municipality during a surprise campaign against shops, food stores and restaurants has seized and destroyed 80 kilos of spoiled foodstuffs, reports Al-Shahed daily. The Municipality inspectors have also issued citations to several outlets for violating laws. Meanwhile, twelve Asians who were arrested during a crackdown on unlicensed shops in Sabah Al-Nasser and Firdous, have been deported, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily.

However, many families in these two areas have equally blamed the Kuwaitis for allowing Asians to operate small shops (groceries and laundry) from inside their homes. The families say this is one of the reasons for the influx of Asian bachelors living among the families.
‘Fit’ docus must: The Nationality and Travel Documents sector of the Ministry of Interior has issued a decision obliging visitors to the country to carry with them a medically ‘FIT’ certificate from their respective government hospitals endorsed by the Kuwaiti consulates, reports Al-Shahed daily. The daily added, the decision was taken after it was noticed many expatriates who entered the country on visit visas were suffering from chronic diseases. This is done to prevent them from benefitting from free treatment at Kuwait’s government hospitals. The decision will be submitted to the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior for endorsement.
Diamonds stolen: Police are looking for an unidentified thief who allegedly broke into the home of a well-known Kuwaiti actor and stole the diamond necklace belonging to his wife, reports Al-Shahed daily. In a complaint to the police the actor’s wife said she discovered the theft when she returned home with her children after paying a visit to friends. She told police the necklace is worth KD 150,000. The thief apparently entered the house by breaking one of the doors. Personnel from the Criminal Evidences Department have lifted fingerprints to identify the thief.
Asian bootlegger held: Police have arrested an unidentified Asian bootlegger and referred him to the authorities, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily. The daily quoting security sources said the suspect was caught by a police patrol in a suburb of Sabahiya. The security sources said the suspect after seeing police changed course and the patrolmen ordered him to pull over. In the car booth police found nine bottles of locally-manufactured booze ready for sale.
Indian assaulted: An unidentified Indian has filed a complaint with the police accusing a Kuwaiti of beating him, breaking the windshield of his car and setting fire to the interior of the car, reports Al-Rai daily. The daily added, this happened after the Indian was involved in two-vehicle collision at an unidentified location. A case of destroying property of others, assaulting and taking the law in his hands has been recorded at the Sulaibikhat Police Station, reports Al-Rai daily. Police are looking for the suspect.
Ex-wife abducts boy: A Kuwaiti man, whose identity has not been disclosed, has filed a complaint with a police station in the Mubarak Al-Kabir Governorate accusing his ex-wife of kidnapping their son, reports Al-Anba daily. In his complaint to the police the man said his ex-wife kidnapped the boy when he was playing in a garden. The kidnapper allegedly beat the maid when she intervened and tried in vain to prevent the woman from escaping with the boy.
Kuwaiti robbed: Police are looking for four unidentified men, one of them armed with a knife for robbing a Kuwaiti man, reports Al-Rai daily. In his complaint to the police the victim said after he withdrew KD 14,000 from a bank in Ali Sabah Al-Salem, the four men whom he does not know confronted him and ordered him to hand over the money. Personnel from the Criminal Evidences Department have lifted fingerprints from the car of the victim to identify the suspects. The victim has also provided police description of the suspects.

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