KUWAIT CITY, Sept 28: A complaint has been filed against an unidentified Kuwaiti man for leaving a hyena on the loose in Kabad, reports Al-Shahed daily. According to security sources several people who saw the animal in the area, called the Operations Room of the Interior Ministry. A police source said the Kuwaiti owner of the hyena took the animal to his pen and let it loose. The owner has been summoned for interrogation.
‘Cut fuel prices’: Video clip of a Kuwaiti girl holding a hose and dancing at a petrol station went viral on social media as she protested against the new fuel prices. Investigation by security authorities revealed that the Kuwaiti girl has posted several clips to protest against the hike in prices of vegetables and fish
Hunt for thief: Police are looking for a burglar who broke into the vehicle of a 27-year-old Kuwaiti and stole KD 28,000 which he had withdrawn from a local bank branch, reports Al-Anba daily. The victim has filed a complaint with the Abu Halifa Police Station. He said the theft occurred when the car was parked on an open ground in front of a well-known commercial mall. When police saw the CCTV camera they saw how the suspect broke into the vehicle in just one minute and escaped with the loot.
Whisky with Indian: Customs officers at the Kuwait International Airport have arrested an unidentified Indian for possessing 10 bottles of whisky, reports Al-Shahed daily. The suspect has been handed over to the General Department for Drugs and Alcohol Control. Meanwhile, employees at the customs office at the Abdali border post panicked when a long poisonous reptile suddenly showed up at the office, reports Al- Shahed daily. The snake was killed by the employees.
By Mishal Al-Sanousi Al-Seyassah Staff