KUWAIT: An Asian man escaped death after he was bitten by a camel on his arm. The victim was medevacked to hospital for treatment. The man was feeding the animals when he was suddenly attacked by the camel. He is in stable condition.
Criminal court convicted two Saudis for forging Kuwaiti nationalities and sentenced one to seven years and the other 10 years in jail. One of the convicts was terminated from his job and has to pay back KD 43,000. He was also fined KD 86,000.
The prosecution accused the first suspect – a fugitive – of forging the birth certificate, civil ID and passport and getting Kuwaiti nationality for the second accused using a different name. The second convict was accused by the prosecution of forging Kuwait nationality and adding other people to his file claiming they were his children in exchange of money, in addition to renewing civil ID and passports of his children.
Police offenders sentenced
The criminal court ordered two Syrian teenage girls be sent to social care homes for three months for filming and insulting a traffic policeman who issued them a citation.
Under the influence
Hawally police arrested a Kuwaiti and an Iranian after first attempting to help them with their vehicle, only to discover they were under the influence of drugs. They also had drugs on them.
Electronic crimes officers arrested two men who appeared in a video engaged in an illicit act. The two were kissing in the video, so they were identified and arrested.
Two expats were sent to the deportation department for driving without a license. One was arrested in Hawally and the other in the Capital governorate.
A mosque preacher accused a Kuwaiti in Rawda of beating him near the mosque he works in. The citizen was arrested. – Translated by Kuwait Times from Al-Rai and Al-Anbaa