Sunday, August 05, 2012

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Kuwaiti Man ‘Burns’ His Wife
KUWAIT CITY, July 24: Police have taken into custody a Kuwaiti man for ‘burning’ his wife, reports Al-Shahed daily.
According to security sources the husband lost his temper when he did not find his favorite dish on the table and argued with his wife.
Following the argument, the man reportedly threw at his wife a pot of boiling water causing second degree burns on several parts of her body.
The wife has filed a complaint with the Jahra Police Station. She has also submitted a medical report to substantiate her claim.

‘Immoral’ services: Police have arrested two Asian men for committing immoral acts under the cover of massage, reports Al-Shahed daily.
The daily added the securitymen acting on information put the suspects under surveillance and caught them red-handed.
Police have also seized from them women’s clothes, make up sets and referred them to the authorities.

Woman held shoplifting: Security guards of a well-known shopping centre in Salmiya have handed over to the police an unidentified Arab woman who was caught for shoplifting, reports Al-Shahed daily.
The woman was spotted by a CCTV camera hiding stuff in her pocket. She was prevented from leaving after she left the cash counter without paying for the stuffs in her possession.
According to the security sources the woman came to the country upon visit visa. She stole the stuffs to give them as gift for her family members.
Surprisingly the stolen stuffs included shaving blades and chocolates.

Doctor’s ‘wrong’ advice: Police have arrested a ‘doctor’ for prescribing herbs to a young Kuwaiti man following which the man had to be hospitalized, reports Al-Shahed daily.
The arrest came after the father of the victim filed a compliant with the Dai’ya Police Station.
In his complaint he said his obese son visited the doctor for treatment and the doctor recommended some herbs, claiming he will lose 10 kilos in one month, but instead his health deteriorated after one week.
The herbs will be sent to the laboratory of the Ministry of Health for tests.

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