KUWAIT CITY, Sept 24: Officers from Capital Security Command arrested eight Nepali nationals for operating a liquor factory in their apartment in Nuzha area, and confiscated 600 bottles of ready-made liquor, 830 alcohol barrels and 13 distilling pumps from their possession. Security sources said patrolmen on a round of the area spotted the suspects who seemed to be heavily intoxicated and with the stench of alcohol coming from their mouth.
The officers called for backup at once and took them into custody. Later on, the apartment in Nuzha area was raided and securitymen recovered the aforementioned items. Sources said the suspects were selling each bottle of liquor for KD 10 to 15.
Bid to woo teacher: A video clip of a citizen who was attacked with ‘high heeled shoes’ by his son’s female teacher at an intermediate school in Saad Abdullah area, as the citizen tried to woo the teacher, went viral on social media communication platform.
Comments on the widely shared video on social media suggested the citizen attempted to woo his son’s teacher, and in response, he was hit with high heels at a speed of 3,000 km/h.
The shoe is said to have landed close to the eye, which led to his fierce bleeding. The citizen who’s in his 50’s was rushed to a hospital where he narrated the ordeal — and as it appears in the video, the citizen had fallen “head over heels” in love with the teacher as he requested more hitting from her, besides his keen interest to document the ordeal despite his admission to hospital.
The citizen did not press charges and rather settled on publishing his suffering on social media. Security affirmed that no incident of this nature has been reported in any of the police stations in Kuwait.
3 held in financial case: Jahra Policemen arrested three citizens in connection with KD 50,000 financial case. They were referred to concerned authorities for legal action. Security sources said the suspects were nabbed at security checkpoint in Jahra area after the system showed they were wanted by law, while the officers were checking their documents. They were involved in KD 42,000, KD 4,000 and KD 4,000 financial offenses respectively.
By Munaif Nayef Al-Seyassah Staff and Agencies