Workers at the trendy chain Johnny & Jugnu in the eastern city of Lahore were rounded up and held for seven hours overnight on Saturday, leaving behind unattended kitchens and hungry customers. Following outcry among fans, nine police officers involved were suspended, provincial police chief Inam Ghani said on Twitter.
The Criminal Investigation Department at Sharjah Police arrested a 5-member gang after they fraudulently took possession of an Emirati man’s car worth Dhs250,000.
After receiving the report the concerned teams rushed to the scene and had to sort more than 1,500 tonnes of waste to search for other parts of the victim.
The mentally disturbed man also attacked a security guard and a food delivery driver. Investigations showed that he suffers from severe mental disorders.
According to Abu Al Zoud, the house owner, who discovered that his trailer and trip gear had been stolen, checked the surveillance cameras to find that the theft took place in the early morning.
The arrest came soon after a video of the man performing dangerous stunts and fleeing the scene after falling off the vehicle and sustaining injuries.
The suspects were arrested and interrogated to be referred to court where four of them were sentenced in presence and three in absentia to be jailed, to be followed by deportation after serving their sentences, and fined them jointly Dhs100,000.
The media spokesman for the Jeddah Police explained that the accused stole a vehicle and used it to carry out robberies in shops, assaulting its employees with knives and looting their money.
Al Awadi praised the great efforts made by the search team in surveying the area to find the car and arrest the perpetrator.