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Thursday , February 9 2023

Filipino woman chops husbands ‘manhood’

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KUWAIT CITY, Dec 20: Police have taken into custody an unidentified Filipino woman for attacking her husband who is believed to be in his 40s, reports Al-Anba daily. According to security sources the woman was arrested when the Operations Room of the Ministry of Interior received information about a man bleeding outside his home in a suburb of Salam, probably from a wound from his private part. A medical report says he is suffering from a deep cut on his private part. He underwent a surgery and has been put under observation of an urologist.

Insect in mask: A Kuwaiti, identified as Thamer Al-Fadhli, said he was shocked when he found a small insect inside a mask given for his baby at the Adan hospital, reports Al-Anba daily. The father said the baby is suffering from pneumonia and is in the observation room of the hospital. He added, he complained to the nursing staff and the public relations department of the hospital and has received assurances that an investigation will be launched into the incident and report submitted to the hospital management.

Bid to ensure security: A security source said the Ministry of Interior had deployed 320 officers and non-commissioned officers to ensure security in the parking lots of the International Jaber Stadium over 5 days and that not a single incident has been reported during the entire period, reports Al-Anba daily.

Jobs in GCC police: The Interior Ministry has announced an opening for a number of jobs in the Gulf Police (GCC.POL), which is based in the UAE capital Abu Dhabi, based on the nod given by Gulf Cooperation Council leaders during their 35th Council meeting for the establishment of a Gulf police force, reports Al-Anba daily. The ministry, in a circular signed by Lt Major Suleiman Al-Fahd said those who meet the conditions and are willing to fi ll the job vacancies must submit the required documents along with the application forms.

Two inhale smoke: Two workers inhaled smoke and suffered breathing diffi culty when fi re engulfed 3,600 square/meters storage unit for rice in Shuwaikh Industrial Area. A huge material loss was recorded, says Al-Seyassah. The Operations Room of the Fire Department was notified about fi re and a team of firemen was dispatched to the scene. They managed to contain the fire and prevented it from spreading beyond 400 square/meters area. The affected workers were treated on the spot. A case was registered.

3 hurt in crash: Traffic was brought to a standstill when a fuel tanker toppled and exploded on the Sixth Ring Road opposite Ishbiliya after colliding with a vehicle affiliated to Kuwaiti Municipality. Three people were injured, says Al-Seyassah. Acting on information, a rescue team reached the scene within three minutes and dealt with the leakage of oil. Paramedics attended to the injured people while traffi c men removed the vehicles from the road, and traffi c was restored.

‘Visit your mother’: The Court of Appeals has ordered a citizen, believed to be a senior official in one of the vital ministries, to visit his mother three times a week because he is her only son and neither stays with her nor visits her, reports Al-Qabas daily. The mother’s defense lawyer Muhammad Al-Ansari said although he won the case and the court ruled in favor of his client, he still feels the pain, because there was no need to fi le the lawsuit because the sons should be kind to their mothers.

Drug pills seized: Customs offi cers at Kuwait International Airport foiled the attempt of a Syrian to smuggle 100,000 Coptinarcotic pills hidden in cans for sweets, says Al-Seyassah. The officers got suspicious as the Syrian looked agitated when he approached the luggage inspection counter. This prompted them to thoroughly inspect the luggage resulting in the discovery of the narcotics.

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