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Pakistani man in niqab arrested near Jleeb mosque

The suspect pictured in this handout photo

The suspect pictured in this handout photo

KUWAIT: A Pakistani man was recently arrested while dressed in niqab (face covering) and a woman’s attire. The ‘woman’ was talking on a cellphone near a mosque in Jleeb Al-Shuyiukh, said security sources, noting that the whole situation was suspicious. However, on stopping the suspect, detectives found out he was a man, so they searched him but found nothing on him. The suspect was referred to relevant authorities for further investigations.

Eight drivers deported The traffic department recently launched several search campaigns from June 28 until July 4 which resulted in the deportation of eight expatriates for driving without a driver’s license, the arrest of 33 drivers for serious traffic violations, the handing out of 45,964 tickets and the detention of 1,927 vehicles.

Multiple arrests Ministry of Interior’s public security recently launched several inspection campaigns in various areas which resulted in the arrest of 284 people for various reasons including violation of residency visas, expired residency visas, not holding of civil IDs, absconding and possession of drugs. Moreover, 32 vehicles wanted for several cases were impounded.

One dead after drowning A Filipino man died after drowning in a swimming pool at a famous building in Fintas. Security sources noted that the man could not swim and drowned on the deep side of the pool.

Drug arrests A Jordanian man was arrested at Kuwait Airport on arrival from Istanbul with the possession of 12 Lyrica pills, a banned drug, which he hid on his body. A case was filed. In a similar story, a citizen who was under the influence was also arrested at Kuwait Airport on arrival from a European country. Security sources noted that on searching the passenger, customs inspectors found marijuana joint and some cocaine hidden inside his luggage.

Fake detectives An Iranian man recently reported that two unknown suspects in uniform stopped and searched him claiming to be police detectives. The man added that after leaving, he realized that the fake detectives stole KD 250 from him. The man provided the police with the suspects’ vehicle license plate numbers.

By Hanan Al-Saadoun

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This article was published on 06/07/2015