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Kuwaiti eve-teaser in soup - Dotemirates
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Kuwaiti eve-teaser in soup

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 11: A Kuwaiti man in his 20s ran to a police station in Hawalli area seeking protection against a person who allegedly attacked him, reports Al-Anba daily. Apparently, officers at the police station were surprised to see the young man parking his car in front of the station and running into the premises in a jittery state after leaving the car’s ignition switch on. The young man recounted parking his car at the entrance of a university and trying to woo a lady just before a man driving a salon car suddenly rammed into his car from...


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5 hour 16 minute

Fake cop robs Asian expats and escapes

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 18: Ministry of Interior has launched investigations to find an individual who was seen in a video, which went viral on social media, impersonating a police officer, attacking an Asian expatriate and robbing him of his money, reports Al-Seyassah daily. In a press release, the General Department of Public Relations and Security Media of Ministry of Interior explained that a video went viral on social media in which an Asian motorist is seen being ordered to pull over by an individual who claimed to be a police officer. The suspect at that time was in a vehicle...
5 hour 19 minute

Community service eyed for traffic rules violators

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 18: Ministry of Interior is considering replacing the penalty of 48-hour prison sentence for individuals who commit serious traffic violations, and instead force them to carry out community service, reports Al-Shahed daily quoting informed sources. They revealed about the intention of the ministry to establish a department for imposing community service on such traffic violators such as forcing them to clean roads, or participate in humanitarian, educational, environmental and servitude activities. The sources said this department will also benefit from the participation of the traffic violators in reciting the Quran to the disabled people and cleaning state...
5 hour 19 minute

Kuwaiti wins airline comp – Luggage lost on Alaska way

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 18: The Civil Circuit of the Court of Appeals ordered an international airline to pay KD 1,870 to a Kuwaiti citizen as compensation for the delay in delivering his luggage at Alaska Airport, as he was forced to buy a new set of winter clothes due to the severe cold weather in that country. According to the plaintiff counsel Lawyer Nasser Al-Bashir, his client bought an air ticket for the trip to Alaska, but the flight was delayed by one day in Abu Dhabi. Although he had an appointment in Alaska, he agreed to change the route...

5 hour 48 minute

Kuwaiti hurt in crash

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 18: A Kuwaiti man, in his 30s, suffered from a deep cut on his head following a two-vehicle collision on the Fourth Ring Road as he mounted a concrete barrier so he was rushed to a nearby hospital, while the other motorist was unhurt but his car was damaged by roadside trees, reports Al-Anba daily. A security source said the accident took place at the bridge of Amghara scrap market and caused the closure of the Fourth Ring Road for some time. On the other hand, a collision between three vehicles on the Sixth Ring Road resulted...
5 hour 48 minute

Kuwaiti robbed by in-laws

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 18: A Kuwaiti citizen recently lodged a complaint against his father-in-law and brothers- in-law, accusing them of breaking into his house using a duplicate key and stealing some official documents and items from the house, reports Al-Rai daily. He explained that his wife left the house following a dispute with him and went to her family. She gave them the key to the house that was with her. Using this key, they trespassed into the house and stole the items. Officers from the Criminal Evidences Department went to the location, and lifted fingerprints. Investigations have been launched...
5 hour 49 minute

Kuwaitis acquitted in drugs case – Ruling overturned

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 18: The Court of Appeals cancelled the verdict issued by the Court of First Instance which sentenced two citizens to four-year imprisonment. The court instead acquitted them of charges of drug possession and consumption. The defense counsel Lawyer Abdullah Al-Alanda insisted that the arrest-and-search procedures were illegal because his clients were not caught redhanded. He highlighted the absence of any link between his clients and the confiscated items, stressing his doubts about the investigations under the claim that they were not serious. According to the case file, the arresting officer said he was patrolling Farwaniya area when...