A Doha Criminal Court has sentenced a Nepalese man to two months in jail for causing disturbance in a drunken state to others, local Arabic daily Arrayah has reported.
The court has also ordered him to pay a fine of QR3,000. One night, the defendant went back to his accommodation after having some drinks. He started raising his voice and woke up his colleagues in the camp while being in an inebriated state.
The person in charge of the camp tried to calm him down, but the latter did not pay heed and began quarreling with the others.
Eventually, the police were called to bring the situation under control.
A blood sample was taken from the man for analysis, which proved that he was in an inebriated condition.
Accordingly, the court established his guilt and sentenced him.Last updated:
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