Three expatriates refereed for deportation for serving sheesha to juveniles

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Three expatriates are refereed for deportation for serving sheesha to juveniles.

According to Al Anba Arabic news paper, the expatriates working for a cafe in Farwaniya was arrested during a 3-hour campaign launched by Farwaniya police. They are referred to the authorities in preparation to deport them for serving sheesha to juveniles.

This campaign is the first of its kind which is being carried out in compliance with the decision issued by the Interior Ministry which forbids serving sheesha to juveniles.


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Humanist
Posted on Thursday, February 16, 2017

This is an absurd response to a simple situation. How cana cafe employee know if a person is juvenile other than obvious kiddish appearance by height and maturity. Nowadays 12-13 years old kids looks bulky and matured as 30 years olds.

Cafe serving the sheesha must be fined and not the employees. They are merely following orders.

Abdulkadar EDKRA
Posted on Thursday, February 16, 2017

Kuwait MOI had recently declared a warning 2 weeks ago about Sheesha serving and it was largely published in all Local news papers and they almost knows about this strictness thru Arabic news even we, Indians are not much bothered about Sheesha while Arabs commonly use it.

Look at below Arab Times link, warning Sheesha serving , published recently:

http://www.arabtimesonline.com/news/expats-serving-sheesha-juveniles-face-deportation/

Indian
Posted on Thursday, February 16, 2017

This is another way of deporting expatriate for doing his work with honesty in the name of so called innocent "Juveniles" for serving sheesha to them, an appeal from the government to look and arrest the juveniles and punish their parents instead of deporting poor expatriate....

vnv
Posted on Thursday, February 16, 2017

I think its unfair to deport the expatriate employees for serving shisha to juveniles, instead they should take action against the Shisha Joint and the owners. The employees are their to obey the employer.

Ushma Sindhi
Posted on Thursday, February 16, 2017

No punishment for juveniles ?? How come?

alex
Posted on Thursday, February 16, 2017

By punishing the expats will those juveniles going to repent, No.
Therefore it is not wise to punish the poor workers. The juveniles should be sent to rehabilitation center.

Azad
Posted on Wednesday, February 15, 2017

How insensible can the authorities be ?!!
this is a heinous CRIME against humanity.. not even a warning and straight deportation for serving sheesha to juveniles ?
dont you hav any idea what kinda juvenile assets this country has? they are the most craziest and horrible youngsters you can ever encounter and they will turn the place upside down if they dont get what they want.. and u deport poor expats working for very low wages in a sheesha place for such a mere incident which could hav solved with just a single warning or a fine on the shop !!
Shame on u authorities !!

Raj
Posted on Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Yes, it is good to check the juveniles having such thing and take strict action.
But did anyone cared to check what will happen if the employee didn't serve Shisha to those Juveniles? Just imagine what those 'innocent' kids will do to that place if the expat employee refused to give them shisha!!!!

Ramki
Posted on Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Very Good initiative by Kuwait Police and the country. There is a saying that if you do not correct it at the of Five(early childhood) it is impossible to correct at the age of 50 (Old age). Also as the saying Old Habits hardly die..
Day by day we see juveniles inculcating the habit of smoking (they feel that they are more matured look alike) in hidden location like Park, Restaurants etc . which is a threat to their health as they a susceptible to CANCER from the statistics in Kuwait.
I appreciate the move.

akil ahmad
Posted on Wednesday, February 15, 2017

great job. what about the kids who visited the shop to buy the product. any punishment for them. r expats responsible for the moral values not given by the parents?? r expats responsible if parents don't care for their kids?? welcome to world of Kuwaiti Mentality.

joe
Posted on Wednesday, February 15, 2017

So no way its a mistake of the shop owner, such a shamless act.

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