KUWAIT CITY, March 27: Some 22 Ghanaians were arrested by detectives from the Directorate General of Residency Affairs in the course of an immoral party held at a restaurant in Fahaheel area, says Public Relations and Security Media Department of the Interior Ministry.
Statement added that detectives, acting upon a tip-off concerning an ongoing immoral party at a restaurant in Fahaheel area, dispatched a team of detectives to verify the information. The officers took necessary legal measures and raided the restaurant after confirming the authenticity of the report, and arrested 22 Ghanaians; six male and 16 female, and all of them were in violation of Article 20 of Residency Law. They were referred to concerned authorities for legal measures action.
Kuwaiti cheats compatriot: Police have arrested a retired Kuwaiti for cheating a compatriot and selling a fake artifact for KD 5,000 claiming it belongs to the Pharaonic era, reports Al-Shahed daily. The arrest came after the buyer filed a complaint with the local police. The cheat has been referred to the authorities.
Police nab beggars: The Ahmadi police in cooperation with the State Security police have arrested three Syrian women and an unidentified child for begging for alms, reports Al-Rai daily. The daily added, they were caught in front of a commercial complex in Fahaheel. Police investigations revealed the child has no relation with the arrested women, but he was reportedly hired on KD 10 per day basis. All the arrested people face deportation. In the meantime, the authorities are initiating legal action on their sponsors.