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Pakistani biker killed in hot chase by drunk Kuwaiti man
April 1, 2018, 8:42 am
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Remains of the bike belonging to the Pakistani national.

Police have arrested a 46-year-old Kuwaiti for allegedly ‘murdering’ a 30-year-old Pakistani, reports Al-Anba daily.

The daily added, the victim, identified as Faisal, riding on a motorbike with his brother, was deliberately chased and run over by the Kuwaiti. The incident happened in Sulaibiya. The Kuwaiti was allegedly under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

The victim’s brother who sustained serious injuries has been admitted to the Farwaniya Hospital. The Kuwaiti who was abnormal is also said to have attacked a police officer at the Sulaibiya Police Station.

The suspect reportedly bit the ear of the officer and the officer too had to be rushed to the Farwaniya Hospital. The Kuwaiti was then taken to the Criminal Evidences Department for a blood test.

The victim’s brother accused the Kuwaiti of killing his brother. A legal source said the Kuwaiti is legally responsible for his behavior in spite of being drunk. He also carries an additional charge of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Meanwhile, according to GDN Online Desk, a Kuwaiti citizen caused the death of an Asian expatriate on the 6th peripheral highway in the area of Al-Suaibiya.

The citizen, who was under the influence of alcohol, ran over the Pakistani man who was riding his motorbike, leaving him dead. Another Pakistani expatriate, the victim’s brother who was on the same motorbike sustained multiple injuries.

The driver was visibly drunk, attacking a police officer at Al-Suaibiya station, injuring his ear, according to Al-Qabas.

The Kuwaiti man was referred to the criminal investigation officers who launched an inquiry. The injured Pakistani told the police he chased them and then ran over his 30-year-old brother deliberately due to an old problem between them.

Source: Arab Times

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