This video says about itself:
Within the absolute monarchy Bahrain, the ruling dynasty and their representatives don’t always behave well.
His Royal Highness Prince Shaikh Nasser Bin Hamad Al Khalifa is not the only Bahraini royal who is not just satisfied with a society where torture keeps the royal family royal and the subjects subject; but who likes to torture himself.
At least one of Prince Shaikh Nasser Bin Hamad Al Khalifa’s relatives likes torturing herself as well. Though that relative, Princess Noura Bint Ebrahim al-Khalifa, seems to prefer torturing doctors and poetesses. While Nasser Bin Hamad prefers torturing athletes.
Outside Bahrain, ruling dynasty scions and their representatives also don’t always behave well.
On several occasions, police had to arrest Bahraini princes for drunk and disorderly behaviour on airplanes. Including during the Islamic holy month Ramadan.
And now, about a diplomatic representative of the Bahraini monarchy in India.
From the Indian Express:
Bahrain Consul General booked for assault
Express News Service: Mumbai, Wed Dec 25 2013, 01:32 hrs
An FIR was registered against Consul General of Bahrain Mohammed Abdulaziz Al Khaja at the Malabar Hill police station in south Mumbai on December 13, for allegedly assaulting and verbally abusing the manager of his housing society, the police said.
Police sources revealed that Additional Commissioner of Police (South Region) Krishna Prakash has sought Mumbai Police Commissioner Satyapal Singh’s view before proceeding further against Al Khaja.
The case has been registered at the Malabar Hill police station under sections 354 (molestation), 509 (word, gesture or act intended to insult the modesty of a woman) and 504 (Intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of the peace) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).
According to the police, the 49-year-old victim has been working at the society for the past 10 years, while Al Khaja has been living there since the last five years. The incident, which occurred on December 9, has left the victim shaken.
In her complaint she alleged that Al Khaja had lost his temper on December 9 after one of the elevators of the building was shut down for repairs. “The building is 40 years old and we were installing a new elevator. I kept telling him that technicians were on the job, but he wouldn’t listen. He started to bang on the closed doors of the elevator and then ransacked my office and threw books around. He was so angry that he raised his hand and touched me. Immediately, I called the security guards and also informed the police. The guards tried to calm him down and said that he couldn’t touch a woman like that. But he used very foul language after that,” the complainant said.
While she registered a complaint the same day, the FIR was only registered four days later. “The police said that they wanted to check if he had diplomatic immunity before charging him. But this is not how a diplomat behaves. Just because he enjoys diplomatic immunity, that doesn’t mean he can do anything he wants,” she said.
She added that Al Khaja had again attempted to create a ruckus on December 20. “The security intervened again. I continue to go to work but have requested the police to provide me security. Two constables and two security guards have now been posted outside my office,” she said.
According to the police, Al Khaja had also similarly roughed up members of the society in the past and also staff at the Bahrain Consulate in Cuffe Parade.
Bahrain MPs stormed out of parliament’s weekly session yesterday (December 24) in protest over a government decision to increase diesel prices, a report said: here.
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