Police file case against man for pricking girls with a pin

Police said they have completed an investigation and submitted a case to the Prosecutor General (PG) against a man who had been arrested for allegedly pricking girls with a pin.

According to the statement the case was sent to the PG office on September 30.

The 31 year-old man, Hussain Shareef of G Greenland, was charged with harassing a group of girls from Ahmadhiyya School by pricking them with a pin in various areas of their bodies, multiple times.

The police statement said that Shareef was brought into police custody at approximately 7.44pm on August 28, 2011.

The police declined from confirming whether Shareef was being kept in police custody since his arrest or whether he has been freed.

Police Media Official Sub-Inspector Hassan Haneef had not responded at the time of press.


8 thoughts on “Police file case against man for pricking girls with a pin”

  1. it might be a love game gone wrong. when love stories are written in official ink, they tend to be horror movies.

  2. Another episode of raiding beauty and massage parlours?. A man can't even practice acupuncture in peace these days.

  3. If he did it wearing a police uniform in riot gear he would be free from prosecution.


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