KUWAIT CITY, Sept 20: Officers from Farwaniya Security Command arrested a Bangladeshi and two Filipinas for violating the Residency Law and for transforming a bus into a massage parlor and beauty salon. While patrolling in Reggae, the officers got suspicious when they noticed a bus with tinted windows. They signaled the driver — a Bangladeshi — to pull over for routine inspection. When the officers searched the bus, they found a well-decorated room with different types of cosmetics and gondola. They also saw two Filipinas inside the room. Upon checking the identification documents of the Bangladeshi and the two Filipinas, the officers discovered that the trio violated the Residency Law.
During interrogation, the suspects admitted that they offer massage and beautification services to customers whom they contact through social networking sites. All three suspects were referred to the concerned security department for legal action.
12 in prostitution: General Department of Public Relations and Security Media at Ministry of Interior, in a press statement, revealed that 12 Asian men and women were arrested due to their involvement in immoral activities. It explained that officers from the General Department of Residency Investigations carried out investigations to confirm the tipoff they received about the suspicious activities of the expatriates. After confirming the information and taking necessary legal measures, securitymen raided the den and arrested the 12 suspects who were discovered to be in violation of the residency law and were reported as absconding. They were referred to the concerned authorities for necessary legal action.
By Mishal Al-Sanousi Al-Seyassah Staff and Agencies