Monday , December 11 2017

Lost shoes, find them in ‘Souk Haramiya’? – Police reject reports of school brawl, deaths

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 15: Social media users uploaded and shared photos of a bloody quarrel in Al-Jarri School in Fahaheel, which allegedly led to the death of three students. Security sources vehemently denied the allegation, asserting there was no fight or death of students in the school. Sources affirmed security officers went to the school and they discovered that the pictures of ambulances in front of the school were nothing but part of a baseless rumor.

Lost shoes …: Farwaniya security officers arrested an Egyptian for stealing shoes from mosques and selling them at the ‘Haramiya’ Market in Hassawi. The theft was discovered when an expatriate saw his shoes, which he lost while praying in a mosque in Farwaniya, among several other shoes being sold by the suspect. After having a verbal altercation with the suspect, the expatriate called the Operations Room of the Interior Ministry which immediately dispatched security officers to the location. This resulted in the arrest of the Egyptian who was referred to the concerned security department for legal measures.

Smile leads to fight: The smile of a female teenager purportedly led to a quarrel between male citizens in the parking area of a mall in Salmiya. One of the citizens was following the girl to give her his number. When she asked for help from another man with a smile on her face, the first man who approached her asked the other to stay away from her. This led to an exchange of blows between the two citizens and the girl took his car, leaving the two men in a squabble. Both citizens were arrested when the Operations Room at the Interior Ministry dispatched a security team to the parking area. In another incident, a Bangladeshi suffered injuries when a Syrian hit him with steel after having a heated argument over a parking spot in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh. The injured was taken to Farwaniya Hospital by some of his compatriots who witnessed the attack.

By Munaif Nayef Al-Seyassah Staff

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