KUWAIT CITY, April 4: The Tripartite Committee comprising members from the ministries of Commerce and Industry, Social Affairs, Interior and the Kuwait Municipality raided a massage parlor in Salmiya and arrested a Filipino and a Moroccan for practicing immoral activity with young clients, reports Al-Rai daily.
The daily added, the parlor was operating despite a ban imposed by the concerned authorities in view of the spread of corona virus. It is believed the suspect received between 120 dinars at (60 dinars for one hour).
The suspects admitted during interrogations that they ‘earned about 500 dinars daily). Eng. Mohammad Al-Dhafiri who represents the Public Authority for Manpower on the Tripartite Committee said the suspects were born in 1997 and have been referred to the Department of Communicable Diseases to ensure they are not infected by any diseases.
He pointed out all those who came in contact with them will also be referred to the department. This is in addition to placing the parlor under Article 72, which symbolizes the closure of the employer’s file and the deportation of the arrested employees from the country.