I didn’t know we had the London style horse patrolling police in Kuwait. My friend took this photo while he was out biking the other day but told me the cops were just sitting in chairs so I’m guessing they don’t enjoy the whole horse riding experience. I like how he was branded with their brand colors.
This is definitely something unheard of in Kuwait but still refreshing. I’m not sure how effective the campaign of giving flowers to those who violate the law is but it’s a breath of fresh air nonetheless (pun intended). It was part of Gulf Traffic Week 2015 and has ended 3 days ago, no more flowers for you guys.[Source]
I can’t think of any other way of reaching 23,000 KD worth of tickets then to have a part time job of purposely over-speeding when passing a camera. Another student in the video is showing the printed traffic violations then showing a total of 725 traffic violations. I’m sure getting a loan from a bank is going to ruin his life.
I love that someone is finally raising awareness about this issue, I am fed of seeing inconsiderate people taking disabled people’s parking spots because they’re closer or there aren’t any spots available. The Arabic text on the bus translates to “Their place is for them”, indirectly saying it’s not for you. You can read my story when I fought people to stop parking on the disabled parking spot.