Egyptian Café workers deported for serving shisha to Lebanese girls

KUWAIT: Three Egyptian nationals are held pending deportation after they were arrested for serving shisha to three teenagers in a Farwaniya café. A security source said that the three men were caught red-handed while serving shisha to the Lebanese girls inside the café where they worked. The Interior Ministry had recently announced tougher penalties for cafés and restaurants that serve shisha to underage customers.

An Egyptian man told police that he entrusted KD 2,000 in cash with his female relative, but she later denied receiving any money from him. Both were sent to detectives for further questioning.

Attempted murder
An Egyptian man was stabbed by his compatriot in Mangaf. The victim was taken to Adan hospital and admitted inside the intensive care unit (ICU) in critical condition. The suspect was arrested before he tried to escape from the country. Investigations revealed that the suspect visited the victim and stabbed him on his door’s step. The man had tried to resist the attack and close the door, but failed. A neighbor called police who arrived to the scene with paramedics. The victim was hospitalized while the suspect was taken in custody and charged with attempted murder.

Thief caught
Jahra detectives arrested a man on charges of robbing expatriates in different areas and residential buildings at knifepoint. Police also discovered that the man has a long history of criminal behavior. Detectives had taken statements of the victims who gave description of the suspect. Eventually, they arrested a man matching the description while he was trying to rob an Indian national. The man was taken to the proper authorities to face charges.  – Translated from the Arabic press

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