Indian grocer foils robbery attempt – Bedoon Cross-dresser caught

KUWAIT: A thief stormed a grocery store in Riggae and beat the grocer, but when he failed to steal anything, he escaped. The grocer filed a complaint at Andalus police station. A security source said an Indian man who works in the grocery store came to Andalus police station with a medical report stating that he sustained bruises and swelling in his left eye, and told them he was beaten by a man who stormed the grocery store in an attempt to steal. Detectives are working on the case.

Cross-dresser caught
A bedoon man was taken to the criminal detectives department after being arrested in Sulaibiya wearing women’s clothes and having an imported bottle of liquor, shabu and drug paraphernalia. Jahra police patrols noticed a car being driven erratically by a girl, and when they stopped it and approached the driver, they smelled liquor and spotted the bottle next to him.

Camp theft
Jahra detectives are looking for a camp guard who stole the contents of his sponsor’s camp and power generator before escaping. A security source said a citizen went to Qashaniya police station and told them his Bangladeshi guard stole from the camp and disappeared.

A fight between a citizen and a bedoon in Maidan Hawally resulted in the bedoon sustaining a head injury. The injured man was taken to hospital while the other was taken to the police station.

Employee insulted
An employee of Al-Sabah health zone filed a complaint against a woman who insulted her over a transaction. A security source said the employee went to Shuwaikh police station and said a woman came in while she was at work, then when she asked her to bring certain documents, she got angry and insulted her in front of other employees. Police are investigating.

Officer punished
Deputy Premier and Interior Minister Sheikh Mohammad Al-Khaled Al-Sabah issued a decision transferring a director of a traffic department from his job to become an inspector at the supervision and inspection department as a disciplinary action following a complaint against him by employees, accusing him of processing traffic transactions for his family’s company and giving them preference at the expense of others. Security sources said the complaint accused this officer, a colonel, of discriminating between employees contrary to legal and administrative rules and regulations. – Al-Rai

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