Tuesday , October 17 2017

Deportation ordered for 3 expat workers of cafés for serving sheesha to juveniles

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 15: Three expatriates working at cafés have been arrested and referred to the authorities in preparation to deport them for serving sheesha to juveniles, reports Arab Times daily.

The expatriates were arrested during a 3-hour campaign which was launched by Farwaniya police. A security source said this campaign is the first of its kind which is being carried out in compliance with the decision issued by the Interior Ministry which forbids serving sheesha to juveniles.

Thief ‘misuses’ maid: Police are looking for an unidentified person for stealing valuables worth KD 3,500 from the home of a Kuwaiti living in Rumaithiya, reports Al-Rai daily.

During interrogation the housemaid, whose identity has not been disclosed, admitted to giving the duplicate key of the house to her expatriate boyfriend so that he can visit her past midnight, but the latter turned out to be a thief. The housemaid has given police details about the lover

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