KUWAIT CITY, Aug 10: A 13-member prostitution ring busted in Morocco by the public moral security team included four Kuwaitis — a businessman and three legal representatives, reports Al-Seyassah daily.
A Moroccan newspaper reported the legal representative born in 1981 and another born in 1984 and divorced with two children, and a business man in his 30s is also divorced without children.
All four Kuwaitis confessed arriving at the red light zone via Manara Airport from Barcelona, Spain. The Public Prosecution decided to release the GCC nationals and extended the detention of all nine Moroccans pending the verdict on Friday.
The girls confessed charging GCC tourists at the night clubs 3000-5000 dirhams for a night.
Meanwhile, Customs officers at Kuwait airport thwarted an Egyptian man employed by a major company in Kuwait from smuggling 7,500 narcotic pills. A security source said the contraband was carefully hidden inside the luggage of the suspect and customs officers prevented him from entering the country with the contraband. He was referred to Drug Prosecution.
Meanwhile, customs men at Abdali borders apprehended a Syrian expatriate who tried to smuggle hashish concealed in a secret compartment of a tool box. He was referred to concerned authorities.
By Munaif Nayef Al-Seyassah Staff and Agencies