Tramadol pills hidden in private parts of an Egyptian woman

KUWAIT CITY, March 17: Customs officers at the Cairo International Airport have arrested an Egyptian woman — identified only as Aisha – for allegedly attempting to smuggle narcotic pills into Kuwait, reports Al-Rai daily. The daily added, the passenger was about to board the plane for Kuwait and customs officers suspected her because she appeared nervous. When she was referred for body search, female officers found 320 Tramadol pills hidden in a private part of her body. After she was arrested, the Public Prosecution ordered her detention until investigations are complete.

Cocaine seized: Customs officers at the Airfreight Department of the Kuwait International Airport recently foiled the attempt by an unidentified person to smuggle 103 grams of cocaine into the country, reports Al-Jarida daily. The daily added the contraband was hidden in a package of oval-shaped white chocolate from an unidentified European country. The security authorities are looking for the recipient of the parcel.

Women harassed: Police have detained two unidentified youths for interrogation following a fight between them and two young women – a Kuwaiti and a Syrian inside a café in Nugra, reports Al-Rai daily. The daily added, police rushed to the café after someone called the Operations Room of the Interior Ministry. Police controlled the situation and during interrogation the women said the youths were harassing them, a charge denied by the young men. Without going into details the daily said police interrogations are continuing.

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