A Filipino health center worker was arrested in Kuwait for alleged prostitution, a Kuwait news site reported on Tuesday, says GMA News.
The Filipino allegedly practiced “indecent acts” in the health center and was arrested by residency department detectives. Detectives also arrested three people, including a woman, who worked for the health center. They were sent to the department of residency affairs. Quoting a security source, the report said the Filipino even allegedly promoted his activity via social media and charged customers KD 15 per hour.
An investigation also showed the Filipino was found to be violating the residency law for a year. Meanwhile, a Tunisian woman has filed a complaint with the Abu Halifa Police Station accusing her husband of assaulting her and leaving the country with their children, reports Al-Rai daily. In her complaint the woman said the custody of the children was given to her by a court verdict.
Source: Al-Rai daily