By Staff writer
The women allegedly advertised sexually illicit services on social networks for $495
Kuwaiti authorities have reportedly arrested 83 European women suspected of online soliciting and seven others accused of having fake passports.
The women allegedly advertised sexually illicit services on social networks for KD150 ($495), Al Seyassah reported.
The seven others allegedly left their home countries using their regular passports and then attempted to use fake European passports when they arrived in Kuwait. Their real nationalities did not qualify for a Kuwaiti visa, authorities said.
An investigation has been launched into whether the incidents were part of a broader scheme, Al Seyassah said.