A combo image shows the Egyptian beating the Pakistani worker.
Gulf Today Report
The Saudi Police have arrested an Egyptian man for assaulting a Pakistani labourer in the Eastern Region of the kingdom.
The Police said, “The Eastern Region Police announced the arrest of an Egyptian resident, who appeared in a video clip of beating and using profanity on a Pakistani resident.”
The police stated that it was found from the inference procedures that he violated the residency and work regulations, and the security authorities did not receive a report from the assailant at the time.
The police confirmed that the aggressor was arrested, legal measures were taken against him, and he was referred to the Public Prosecution.
In May, in the Asir region, the police arrested a Saudi national for beating a nurse in a hospital in Al-Majardah Governorate.
The video of the incident has gone viral on social media.
The video shows the Saudi man mercilessly dragging the nurse and later assaulted her.
He was stopped by others at the hospital.
As per Saudi law, the penalty for assaulting a health practitioner is imprisonment for up to 10 years and a fine of up to 1 million riyals.
Saudi national, Fahad said on Twitter, “What is this… serves him right… Now 10 years imprisonment and a fine.”
Hadi said, “It is assumed that there should be laws that protect the references, just as there are laws that deter the abusive references.”