(MENAFN - Arab Times) Several Kuwaiti citizens and residents reported that they received text messages on their cell phones from a Chinese man in Malaysia, claiming that he was a bank manager in China before retirement and is in search of a partner for business worth 9 million dollars, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily.
The daily warned recipients against these scam messages.
Investigations are ongoing in this regard.
Drunkard violates limits: An Indian expatriate was arrested recently for consuming alcohol and breaking into a Kuwaiti citizen's house in Jahra while he was sitting with his family, reports Al-Rai daily.
According to security sources, when a Kuwaiti citizen man informed Operations Room of Ministry of Interior about a drunk intruder in his house, securitymen rushed to the location and arrested the suspect.
The citizen informed securitymen that while he was sitting with his family in the house, he was shocked to see a drunk man entering his house with a bottle of liquor in his hand.
The suspect was referred to Jahra police station for investigations and necessary legal action against him.
Professor threatened: A professor of Kuwait University recently lodged a complaint at Sulaibikhat police station against his Saudi relative who allegedly threatened to kill him, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily.
The professor informed securitymen that his relative called him on the phone to abuse him and issue threats to kill him. He revealed that he was involved in an ongoing dispute with the suspect, adding that the latter entered the country using false documents.
Securitymen summoned the suspect to the police station for interrogations.