Skip to comments.Maids Without 'Wisdom Teeth' Barred From Saudi: Report
Posted on 12/04/2012 1:59:22 PM PST by nickcarraway
But authorities denied the report, saying the decision affects only under-age maids
Saudi authorities are denying entry of Asian housemaids who are found without a wisdom tooth on the grounds they can not verify their age.
A Saudi newspaper quoted employer Nassir Al Otaibi as saying an Asian maid he had just brought into the Gulf Kingdom was stopped at the airport in the eastern town of Dammam before she was deported as she did not have a wisdom tooth.
When I enquired about the decision to deport her, they told me that her wisdom tooth has not grown yet, he told Kabar newspaper.
But Saudi authorities said they do not allow the entry of maids who are suspected to have tampered with their real age in their passports.
Some of them are found to be much younger than the age recorded in their passports, said Lt Colonel Imad Abdul Qadir, immigration spokesman in the eastern region.
Those who are suspected are medically examined...during investigation, most of them confess that their real age is much below that mentioned in their passport.
Mudhammed`s bride didn`t have baby teeth, much less wisdom teeth-duhhh
reminds me of that thriller where that old lady gets adopted by pretending to be a little girl. At the end, they find her without her fake teeth, and that alone makes her look like an old hag.
Wonder what they’d say about me and my wisdom teeth having been removed.
Is that the movie ‘Orphan’?
I saw that movie and it just freaked me out.
“Orphan”? I saw that one. It was scary.
Because they wouldn’t want to be boinking an underage made, you know...
I guess they think they are better than the Prophet...
Message to the world: don’t send your daughters to Saudi Arabia to work as maids. Daughters are precious.
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