KUWAIT CITY, Feb 3: Policemen assigned in the Capital Governorate arrested two Kuwaiti girls for the consumption and possession of narcotics. While patrolling the area, the officers noticed the unusual behavior of the girls so they approached them for routine inspection. This led to the discovery of some narcotics in their possession, including several pieces of cigarettes that contained hashish. A case was registered and the girls were referred to the concerned security department for legal action.
‘Shut massage parlours’: Following the success of the campaigns launched by Kuwait Municipality against closed cabins in cafés, a member of Municipal Council Mane’ Al-Ajmi has demanded closing massage parlours that are proven to spread vice in the society, reports Al-Rai daily. He stressed the need to deport expatriates who promote immorality in the Kuwaiti society, and ensure they can never return to the country. Al-Ajmi requested concerned government agencies to monitor the massage parlours through social media particularly Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat as well as those who promote themselves under the name of ‘Secret Massage’. Meanwhile, Head of an emergency team from Capital Municipality Tariq Al-Qattan affirmed that 90 percent of the workers in health institutes and massage centers are domestic helpers. He said the Municipality has the right to close any institute that engages in immoral and indecent acts, revealing that 65 percent of the visitors to these institutes are younger than 18 years old.
Liquor factory busted: Farwaniya security confiscated hundreds of barrels of locally manufactured liquor and large quantities of substances and equipment used for manufacturing liquor from a three-storied house in Ardhiya area, reports Al-Kuwaitiah daily. They carried out the raid after receiving information about the house being used for manufacturing liquor and taking necessary legal measures. Investigations have been launched to find and arrest the manufacturers
By Munaif Nayef Al-Seyassah Staff and Agencies