KUWAIT CITY, March 26: A 16- year old Bedoun youth died when the glass of a door pierced his chest while he was trying to escape after stealing the wallet of a worshipper in a mosque in Mahboula area, reports Al-Seyassah daily. According to eyewitnesses, the teenager stole the wallet and was trying to escape from the mosque when he crashed into the glass of the door and one of the shards pierced into his heart. When the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior received information about the incident, securitymen and paramedics rushed to the location. They rushed him to Adan Hospital but he was declared dead on arrival. The corpse was referred to Forensics Department and a case has been registered for investigations.
Verdict cancelled: The Cassation Court presided over by Judge Mohammad Al-Khalaf canceled the verdict issued by the Court of Appeals which ordered a major motor company in Kuwait to pay a huge fi ne and suspend all operations for a week over a case of commercial cheating. The court instead acquitted the company from all charges. According to the case fi le, the Public Prosecution accused the company of deliberate commercial cheating by selling a defective vehicle to a buyer without repairing the defect. During the court session, the counsel to the company Attorney Abdulhameed Al-Sarraf said the allegations against the company are unjustifi able because the company is an importer of cars and does not manufacture them, due to which it can be ascertained that the company did not have any intentions to cheat the buyer.
2 young men found: Two young men, a Lebanese and Yemeni, who were lost in Al-Layah desert while hunting birds, have been found, reports Al-Anba daily. When Jahra police received a distress call from the two young men who said they were lost in the desert, police searched the area using a helicopter and found the two youths.