Syrian Expat Teacher Faces Legal Action for Threatening Students with Syringe

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KUWAIT CITY, Apr 24: Following a report from a concerned parent, the Public Prosecution has ordered the detention of a 24-year-old Syrian expatriate working unofficially at a private school despite holding a family residence permit. The parent accused her of using a needle obtained from the school clinic to inject his son and threatening other students to exert control over them.

According to details provided by a security source to Al-Jarida, the incident unfolded when the Salmiya Police Station received a report from a parent alleging that his son had been physically assaulted and intimidated by a female worker at the school in the Salmiya area. The parent claimed that the female worker had used a syringe to threaten his son and other students.

Upon investigation, it was discovered that the employee was working in violation of the school’s regulations, and her residency status did not permit her to be employed at the school. When questioned by security officials, the expatriate admitted to bringing the syringe needle from the school clinic in an attempt to scare the students during a period of unrest in the classroom. She claimed that she did not intend to harm anyone, specifically the complaining student.

A case was registered and forwarded to the General Department of Criminal Investigation – the Juvenile Police Department, which subsequently referred it to the Public Prosecution. The Public Prosecution decided to detain the expatriate woman pending further investigation, which will involve the school administration and the complaining student.

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