KUWAIT CITY, Aug 21: An unidentified person, who was found in bed naked with the wife of an unidentified person, is receiving treatment at the Adan Hospital under police guard, reports Al-Rai daily. The suspect was stabbed three times — in the chest, arm and thigh — by the woman’s husband when he found the man making love to his wife. The husband told police he returned home unexpectedly and found his wife in the arms of the naked lover. The husband added the lover managed to escape leaving behind his clothes and belongings in the apartment. When police rushed to the house they found blood stains on the bed and clothes of the lover.
Pharmacist caught: Acting on information and armed with a search and arrest warrant from the Public Prosecution, the Farwaniya police raided the apartment of a Pakistani pharmacist working at a public health centre holding Article 17 visa for practicing medicine without licence for 30 years, reports Al-Anba daily. The police said the Pakistani was treating patients inside his unlicensed clinic in Hassawi in the evening. A case of practicing medicine without license has been registered against him.
Sorcerer held: A Sudanese expatriate was arrested in Hawally area for practicing black magic and sorcery. According to security sources, detectives from General Department for Criminal Investigations received information that a Sudanese expatriate has been deceiving women by claiming that he has the ability to solve their problems with their husbands by making rings for the latter to wear. A team was immediately formed to track the suspect and watch his movements. After confirming the information, the suspect was arrested in possession of tools used for black magic and sorcery as well as a large sum of money. When questioned, the suspect confessed to performing black magic rituals on a number of husbands of female citizens and expatriates.
‘Qat’ seized: Customs officers at the Kuwait International Airport have foiled an attempt by two Indian housemaids to smuggle 6 kilos of qat hidden in packs of tea, reports Al-Shahed daily. The contraband and the smugglers have been referred to the General Department for Drugs Control.
By Meshal Al-Sanousi Al-Seyassah Staff