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Wednesday , July 17 2019

‘Shave eveteasers heads’; 4 deported for driving sans license

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 5: Farwaniya Security Director Brigadier Saleh Al-Enezi has ordered to shave the heads of molesters and harassers to serve as a deterrent for others, reports Al-Shahed daily. According to security sources, several complaints were lodged by families about facing harassment by youths in public markets and commercial malls. Brigadier Al-Enezi then ordered to deploy security teams in popular markets and malls to catch such youths and shave their heads as punishment. They revealed that this decision was applied on some teenagers who were caught misbehaving in a popular mall in Al-Rai area.

Deportation ordered: General Traffic Department referred four expatriates for deportation after they were caught driving without drivers’ licenses, reports Al-Shahed daily. The suspects were caught during an intensive security campaign by officers from the department. They also issued 27,101 citations, seized 1,430 vehicles and five motorbikes and arrested 30 individuals for committing severe traffic violations.

Filipina found dead: The corpse of a 28-year-old Filipina woman was found inside her apartment in Khaitan area, reports Al-Anba daily. Investigations are ongoing to determine the reason behind her death. Evidences were taken for the investigations to figure out if her death resulted from a crime.

The trucker caught dumping waste
The trucker caught dumping waste

Two truckers arrested for dumping waste on road: The drivers of two tankers were arrested for dumping dangerous industrial liquid wastes on the Seventh Ring Road near Kabad stables. According to a press statement issued by Ministry of Interior, the suspects were arrested during campaigns launched by the Environment Police Department affiliated to the Public Security Sector and Environmental Inspection and Supervision Department in cooperation with the Environment Public Authority based on instructions from Assistant Undersecretary for Public Security Affairs at Ministry of Interior Major General Abdul Fattah Al-Ali. Such environmental crimes have been taking place due to lack of supervision on these dangerous wastes that will negatively impact the soil and contribute to air pollution. The suspects were referred to the concerned authorities for necessary legal measures after discovering, from the results of the analyses on the waste substances in the EPA labs, an increase in the bacterial contamination indicators

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