KUWAIT: A citizen got angry at an Egyptian doctor, pulled him in an attempt to beat him, but nurses interfered. The doctor was making his rounds in a hospital when the citizen asked him to examine his sister, and the doctor said he will, but only when her turn comes. The citizen became angry, insulted the doctor verbally then attempted to hit him. The doctor lodged a complaint at Sharq police station.
A citizen was attracted to a woman’s voice over the phone, and their relationship went further to exchanging photos and messages, but after that, the girl threatened to post his pictures over social media if he did not send her money. The man found it necessary to seek the help of criminal detectives and filed a complaint against the girl. Detectives are working on the case.
Investigations are ongoing to identify a man who broke into a car and stole cash and passports from inside. The car’s owner, who had planned to travel for Umrah, told police that he parked his car outside a travel agency in Mirqab, but when he returned back to it, he discovered that the window was broken. An envelope containing four passports along with a wallet with KD 720 were missing. Police are investigating.
A Jordanian woman accused a driver of a sports car of insulting her and damaging her vehicle following a dispute over the right of way. The Jordanian went to Maidan Hawally police station and lodged a complaint, claiming that the driver forced her to stop, verbally insulted her and then damaged her car before leaving. The woman gave police the license plate number, as detectives are asked to arrest him for questioning. – Translated from the Arabic press