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Indian Maid “Falls” from House Roof

This is from yesterday’s Kuwait Times (27 February 2007) and by the way, the Kuwait Times has a new, more attractive and easier to use web-page.

Hanan Al Saadoun, the reporter for this column, does a great job with crime reporting. Even when forced to be oblique, he gets the gist across.

Kuwait: Sabah Hospital investigators recently referred to the police the medical report of a woman who was admitted to the hospital with several injuries on her chin, jaw, lower lip, broken teeth and pelvic bone fractures. The lady was in a coma and was admitted to the intensive care unit of the hospital. They said after a while, the brother of her sponsor (who had reportedly been out of the country) brought in her passport, and informed the hospital that she was an Indian maid and had fallen from the roof of her sponsor’s house. Further investigations have been stalled until after her recovery from the coma.

My comment: Injuries on her chin, jaw, lower lip, broken teeth . . . . and a “fall” from the roof? Too outrageous for words.

February 28, 2007 - Posted by | Cross Cultural, ExPat Life, Family Issues, Kuwait, Lies, Living Conditions, Middle East, News, Women's Issues

2 Comments »

  1. Totally irrelevant to the post but Hanan Al Saadoun is a she.

    Interesting blog btw.

    Comment by Mak | March 3, 2007 | Reply

  2. Oops thank you, Mak, I am glad to know that. SHE is a very clever writer, and I am finding I look for her name when reading the columns.

    Comment by intlxpatr | March 3, 2007 | Reply


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