KUWAIT CITY, Oct 30: A Filipina accused her Sri Lankan lover of beating her at a commercial complex. In her complaint, the lady said she quarreled with the man three days earlier. However, he tried to force her to come with him when they met at the commercial complex. She added the man slapped her in the face and fled the scene when she declined his request. She went to the police station and filed a case against him.
Car recovered: Operatives from Capital Security Command recovered a stolen vehicle abandoned by the culprit(s) in Shuwaikh area. Fingerprint was lifted from the scene to determine the identity of the culprit(s).
No long-term parking: The Public Relations and Security Media Department at Ministry of Interior urged Kuwaiti citizens and expatriates to avoid parking their vehicles near mosques and Hussainiyas for a long time. According to a press release issued by Ministry of Interior, any vehicle parked for a long time in such locations will be seized and necessary action will be taken. The department requested all Kuwaiti and expatriate worshippers at mosques and Hussainiyas to abide by the security instructions and follow rules and regulations, adding that these measures are aimed to ensure complete security.
Bangladeshis assaulted: Four unknown individuals attacked two Bangladeshi expatriates in front of a private school in Jahra area. According to security sources, the two victims lodged a complaint at Jahra Police Station, reporting that four unknown individuals stopped near them as they were standing in front of the school and then attacked them before fleeing from the location. They provided the securitymen with the number of the vehicle. A case was registered and investigations have been launched using the details of the vehicle to find the four suspects.
Kuwaiti swindled: An unidentified Kuwaiti has filed a complaint with the Nugra police accusing an Egyptian ‘real’ estate owner of cheating him, reports Al- Anba daily. The daily added, the suspect showed him forged documents to prove he owns real estate in Egypt and he fell for the trap and bought land from the man worth KD 100,000. He discovered the fraud only when the suspect tried to avoid him and finally refused to answer calls and switched off his cell phone. The daily did not give more details
By Mishal Al-Sanousi Al-Seyassah Staff