Thursday, October 28, 2010

I can't' make this sh&t up....

Many hurt as women groups fight in famous Salmiya cafe

Arab Times, 28 October

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 27: Some young women who were injured during a fight in a well-known café for families in Salmiya were taken to a hospital and others were given first aid on the spot, reports Alam Alyawm daily.

According to reports some of the women were seriously injured in their private parts. The daily added the fight began when a group of young women wanted to organize a private party and were involved in an argument with the other group of women.

A total of 15 women were involved in the fight which began with an argument. The daily did not say if anyone has been taken into custody.

It's da hood!


Cheeky girl: A youth landed in jail when he went to meet a cheeky girl who allegedly invited him home but gave someone else’s address, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily.

The youth reportedly talked to the girl on phone and went to meet her at the address she gave. However, he was shocked when an old woman answered the knock. He then left the place thinking he may have come to the wrong address.

But his desire to meet (what other word can we substitute here.... hmmmm) the girl prompted him to give one more try and he went to the same house a second time. This time, the old woman called police who duly took him to the police station.

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Policewoman attacked: A cross-dresser allegedly attacked a policewoman with the rank of first lieutenant when the latter tried to maintain peace and order in Messilah Beach recently, reports Al-Rai daily.

It has been reported the policewoman was on the beach on an official assignment when she received a complaint from some ladies who accused the cross-dresser of harassing them. The officer then approached the suspect who resisted arrest and beat her repeatedly until she almost lost consciousness.

Eyewitnesses called Sabah Al-Salem Police Station, which dispatched a team of securitymen who arrested the suspect, while paramedics took the injured policewoman to Adan Hospital.