Woman beggar with EGP 3 million in bank account, 5 buildings in her name arrested

Web Report/Dubai
Filed on October 25, 2020


Police revealed that the 57-year-old was physically fit and had no illness.

A beggar with EGP 3 million (approx Dh700,000) in her bank account and five buildings in her name has been arrested in Egypt.

According to Egyptian media, the woman used to pretend that she couldn't walk because of paralysis, and would beg for money. Once day, however, people saw her walking at the end of the day, and called the police.

After arresting Nafesa, 57, the police revealed that she was physically fine and had no illness.

The case has been transferred to public prosecution.

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