Egyptian security forces have uncovered the story of the kidnapping of the daughter of a senior diplomat belonging to a country in the Dokki area of Giza.
Investigations published by al-Masri al-Youm indicate that the girl resorted to a malicious ploy, fearing punishment from her father if she failed to take the test.
Giza officials received reports from a country’s diplomat that their daughter had been kidnapped and that her gold earring had been stolen.
During the investigation, the girl claimed at the beginning of her speech, “I was on my way to school from home. Two men kidnapped me.” Two men climbed the girl to the upper floor and confiscated her gold earring, and then fled, according to the diplomat’s daughter.
The investigation revealed that the girl had coined the novel while taking off the camera, fearing punishment from her father because she was not ready to take the exam at his school in the Zamalek neighborhood.
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