KUWAIT CITY, Dec 8: An unidentified Indian reportedly ended his life by hanging himself with a rope tied to the ceiling of his room inside his sponsor’s home in Omariya, reports Al-Anba daily. According to sources close to the Indian, he committed suicide after learning about his son’s illness. Meanwhile, a GCC national was hit and killed by a Bedoun man driving a pick-up, while he was trying to cross a road in Sulaibiya area, says Al-Seyassah. Acting on information, a rescue team rushed to the scene and found the victim in a pool of blood. Criminal Evidences Men carried the remains to Forensics after paramedics had examined the body and confirmed he was already dead. During questioning, the Bedoun said the victim appeared on the road suddenly and he couldn’t avoid hitting him. He was referred to the area police station.
Journalist jailed: The Misdemeanor Court presided by Judge Mohammad Rashed Al-Duaij sentenced media man Saud Al- Asfour to one month imprisonment with labor in a libel suit filed against him, reports Al-Rai daily. Al-Asfour had reportedly abused the Chairman of the Court of Appeals Judge Salem on his Twitter account. Al-Asfour had criticized the court on the issue of storming the National Assembly.
Man caught begging: Securitymen from the Capital Governorate have arrested an unidentified Yemeni for begging for alms in Mubarakiya Souk, reports Al-Shahed daily. The beggar claimed he is an amputee to win sympathy of passersby and when police asked him to show his ID, the man tried in vain to escape. He was chased and arrested by a pedestrian. Police found one of the hands of the man has been amputated. However, he has been handed over to the area police station.
Drunk driver held: The Mubarak Al- Kabir police have arrested a Nepali driver of oil tanker for driving under the influence of alcohol and entering a military zone, reports Al-Anba daily. The daily did not give more details. Meanwhile, police have taken an unidentified Jordanian woman who had been deported in 1992 for committing an unidentified crime, reports Al-Rai daily. She reportedly entered the country in 2112 and 2015 after changing names on her passport. She was arrested by the Residence Affairs Department after receiving a tip-off from an unidentified source. The Jordanian reportedly visited the country twice on visit visa on the sponsorship of her brother. The woman has been referred to the authorities to prepare her deportation and the brother has been barred from future sponsorship.